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Today's Edition, 1 February 2023

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Analysis
17:00

Why are there so few female mass shooters?

New data shows that 96% of spree killers are men

| 31 January

Latest from The Post >

Analysis
17:00

Why are there so few female mass shooters?

New data shows that 96% of spree killers are men

| 31 January

Boston and the tragedy of Brexitland

Locals feel their town has turned against them

Labour is winning the Brexit revolution

The party can capitalise on Tory failure

Who will win the gentrification wars?

Middle-class neuroses won't solve housing inequality

Is the Government spying on you?

A secretive disinformation unit has no place in a democracy

Starmer isn’t working for women

His softening stance on gender ideology can't be trusted

In defence of deepfakes

Not all imaginative immersion is evil

The truth about Germany’s levelling up

Only catastrophe can restructure a society

Only catastrophe can restructure a society

Why are excess deaths still so high?

We can't just blame a failing NHS

The beauty of Botox

When does 'self-care' become narcissism?


Interviews.

we sit down with original thinkers and talk ideas

Peter Hitchens: the Covid censors are moving on to Ukraine

The journalist warns that the Government is extending its surveillance

Matthew B. Crawford: the perpetual state of emergency

The philosopher explains why states like to embrace endless crises

The scientific case against face masks

The press is once again promoting a measure proved to be ineffective

Coleman Hughes: asking ‘where are you from?’ isn’t racist

The writer responds to Prince Harry and Ngozi Fulani

David Sacks: the tech reset has only just begun

The PayPal co-founder predicts that Elon Musk has started a great reckoning


Reaction
15:19

Stop blaming Brexit for bad growth

Commentators were quick to leap on the IMF's latest report

| 31 January
Chart
11:40

Nigel Farage could be the big winner from Bregret

A growing disillusion among Leave voters works in his favour

| 31 January
HerdWatch
08:35

Giorgia Meloni’s latest cheerleader: The Economist

The publication's initial fears about the leader never materialised

| 31 January
Video
17:16

Peter Hitchens: the Covid censors are moving on to Ukraine

The journalist warns that the Government is extending its surveillance

| 30 January
Reaction
15:24

Why I don’t trust Sturgeon’s U-turn on trans prisoners

Her decision is about optics, not female safety

| 30 January
Analysis
13:00

How bad will the global housing market crash be?

The metrics are eerily similar to 2008

| 30 January
Debate
10:51

Donald Trump kicks off campaign with realist line on Russia

The ex-president’s dovish stance is a challenge to the bipartisan consensus

| 30 January
Analysis
07:41

Dylan Mulvaney’s new face is only the beginning

Butchering your own body for entertainment will become commonplace

| 30 January
Reaction
11:21

Czech Republic votes against populist candidate Andrej Babiš

The country has turned to former NATO chief Petr Pavel

| 29 January
Dispatch
17:00

Ron DeSantis teaches Texas how to fight a culture war

The Florida Governor is blazing a path for other states to follow

| 27 January
Maus and the repressive power of Jewish trauma

Should American Jews let go of the Holocaust?

Vietnam still haunts America

Its politics has been distorted by 50 years of trauma

Can gratitude save humanity?

To surf is to understand the world's gifts

New Year in a Ukrainian trench

As darkness falls, the bombardment begins

Gandhi hasn’t aged well

Anti-imperialists need to be honest about their idols

Is George Santos a Machiavellian prince?

The congressman mirrors America's failing elite

Mexico’s cartel corruption on trial

The poster boy for the War on Drugs is in the dock

Iran’s ideological war on Britain

Its footsoldiers are nurturing homegrown terrorism

The dignity of dying at home

I regret surrendering my mother to hospital

I regret surrendering my mother to hospital

Where are the Young England radicals?

Britain isn't doomed — it's always like this

The Tories are about to strike out

Sunak, like Heath, risks overplaying his hand


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