Today's Edition, 3 October 2022

Liz Truss has betrayed conservatism

The PM is making a solid case for Labour

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Dispatch
18:56

Kwasi Kwarteng has no future

The Chancellor has more than U-turns to worry about

| 3 October

MeToo lost me the love of my life

A short story for the movement's fifth anniversary

A short story for the movement's fifth anniversary

Has Putin sacrificed Armenia?

Russia is no longer interested in a peace deal

Russia is no longer interested in a peace deal

What really divides America

The Midterms aren't a battle between good and evil

The Midterms aren't a battle between good and evil

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Dispatch
18:56

Kwasi Kwarteng has no future

The Chancellor has more than U-turns to worry about

| 3 October

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Is China about to turn on Russia?

President Xi can't afford to isolate the West

How far-Right are you?

Progressive contagion is coming for us all

Is this the end for Liz Truss?

Her economic plan can still be salvaged

What Giorgia Meloni is hiding

The Left must defend family, faith and flag

What Western feminists can learn from Iran

Solidarity means more in Tehran than Washington

What does Keir Starmer stand for?

There are three things you need to know

Stop panicking about the pound

Britain is not about to return to the Seventies

Britain is not about to return to the Seventies

The end of the culture of narcissism

The energy wars have exposed a disturbing fantasy

Giorgia Meloni is no radical

Italian voters know she won't change anything



Reaction
17:13

Peter Thiel’s dating app suffers from an identity crisis

The Right Stuff is not as unique as it's made out to be

| 3 October
Reaction
15:01

Why is the Government giving more money to Peter Daszak?

The NGO run by the scientist has been granted another $600,000

| 3 October
Analysis
12:15

Pouring excrement on Captain Tom is just the beginning

Outrageous protests have a habit of succeeding

| 3 October
Reaction
10:00

Brazil’s biggest losers: the pollsters

Predictions of a Lula rout have not come true

| 3 October
Debate
07:00

Liz Truss is on the horns of a trilemma

The PM must either sacrifice her party, her authority or the economy

| 3 October
Debate
10:30

Has Liz Truss killed off free-market Toryism?

The ideas that swept her to power now face extinction

| 2 October
Analysis
18:00

Is Ramzan Kadyrov turning on his old boss?

The Chechen leader will not fulfil Putin’s mobilisation order

| 1 October
Debate
17:00

Slashing the BBC World Service is a disaster

Cutting down on global services undermines Britain's soft power abroad

| 30 September
Spotted
16:15

The Business Department’s new priority: menopause for men

A leaked email to all staff reveals a surprising initiative

| 30 September
Video
15:00

Jay Bhattacharya: The legal case against Anthony Fauci

The Great Barrington Declaration signatory on why he's going to court over Covid

| 30 September

Interviews.

we sit down with original thinkers and talk ideas

Jay Bhattacharya: The legal case against Anthony Fauci

The Great Barrington Declaration signatory on why he's going to court over Covid

Will the hard Right sweep Europe?

Freddie Sayers discusses Italian populism with Ralph Schoellhammer

Street artist cancelled for a pro-peace mural

Flo Read spoke to Peter Seaton about his controversial artwork

The Charles III paradox: anti-establishment King?

Freddie Sayers speaks to King Charles III's co-author Ian Skelly

Clint Ehrlich: What I got wrong about Ukraine

The Russia realist speaks about his recent change of heart

Will Putin’s gamble pay off?

Mass mobilisation is a symptom of Russia's defeat

Can the nation survive Elizabeth?

Monarchy offers the human psyche something it needs

It’s time for Anglofuturism

Westminster's stagnant ideology will guarantee collapse

Donald Trump’s next move

His family and inner circle want him to run

The self-help guru who conquered Brazil

Pablo Marçal is the country's future

The Trad case for Brutalism

Don't blame architects for political unrest

This England can’t be neutral

It's far more than a Boris-bashing sneerfest

Lucian Freud is finally exposed

He never wanted to bare his soul

Don’t make me Prime Minister

The average Brit doesn't care about politics

The average Brit doesn't care about politics

Feudal overlords still rule the world

The liberal order is on shaky ground

Russia’s 18th-century war

Waiting for Putin's fall is not a strategy


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