Today's Edition, 27 January 2023

Who will win the gentrification wars?

Middle-class neuroses won't solve housing inequality

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Review
10:08

Grayson Perry’s ‘Full English’ is a missed opportunity

The artist's TV bid to discover the 'real' England is only a caricature

| 27 January

In defence of deepfakes

Not all imaginative immersion is evil

Not all imaginative immersion is evil

Is George Santos a Machiavellian prince?

The congressman mirrors America's failing elite

The congressman mirrors America's failing elite

The dignity of dying at home

I regret surrendering my mother to hospital

I regret surrendering my mother to hospital

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Review
10:08

Grayson Perry’s ‘Full English’ is a missed opportunity

The artist's TV bid to discover the 'real' England is only a caricature

| 27 January

Where are the Young England radicals?

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

Does feminism have mummy issues?

Boomer grannies have lost the plot

The phoney ethics of ESG

Davos Man has a new fixation

How Bill Clinton created post-truth America

His lies bred a lasting political cynicism

Keir Starmer the shapeshifter

Fracturing the Labour Party won't win him the election

The Labour Party has a woman problem

I know how it feels to be in an abusive relationship

The beauty of Botox

When does 'self-care' become narcissism?

When does 'self-care' become narcissism?

How Big Pharma feeds off the NHS

Britain's hospitals have already been privatised

How Iran’s protests erased the Kurds

Tehran's oppression of minorities is being ignored


Interviews.

we sit down with original thinkers and talk ideas

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

Brett Scott: Beware a cashless society

The former broker spoke to UnHerd about the risks of digital money


Anniversary
07:00

Holocaust Memorial Day is for everyone — except Jews

Modern commemoration of the genocide has lost all its meaning

| 27 January
Profile
17:57

Meet Srdjan Djokovic, Novak’s troublemaking father

Serbs won't be surprised by his antics in Australia

| 26 January
Reaction
15:01

The EU’s trade war hypocrisy 

America is only copying what the European single market has done for decades

| 26 January
Response
13:00

The myth of the workaholic billionaire

Today's super-wealthy are just as lazy as the rest of us

| 26 January
Analysis
10:13

Ukraine is on the verge of losing Bakhmut

Western sources are now advising Kyiv to strategically withdraw

| 26 January
HerdWatch
07:30

Why can’t the media get the Clydebank rapist’s pronouns right?

The press is prioritising a criminal's feelings over women's safety

| 26 January
Analysis
16:07

Census: two-thirds of transwomen list sex as female

New ONS data contains a startling finding

| 25 January
Idea
13:00

How Germany’s tanks could make peace more likely

Improving Ukraine's battlefield strength can ensure a prolonged stalemate

| 25 January
Factcheck
09:30

What’s the truth about casualty numbers in Ukraine?

Inaccurate and piecemeal information has been a fixture of this war

| 25 January
Reaction
07:00

Once again, America chooses Ireland over the UK

The row over the Protocol is proof that the Irish-US bond is stronger than ever

| 25 January
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

Brexit exposed the Westminster elite

Fifty years after entering the EC, Britain has become a global irrelevance

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 cruelty behind white gold

The bull semen trade relies on sickening methods

Why gamers can’t play politics

The subculture has been swamped by bad art and worse activism

Is the psychedelic industrial complex evil?

Ecstatic states have lost their mystical roots

Ecstatic states have lost their mystical roots

The Tories are about to strike out

Sunak, like Heath, risks overplaying his hand

Is Macron ready for a street fight?

The petulant nation is resistant to pension reform


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