A digital dystopia in which the worth of every citizen will be reduced to a single number

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Western countries aren't resilient enough for another financial crisis – unlike China

View all posts by Henry Olsen

Within a decade, maybe sooner, there could be a majority opinion favouring Irish unity

View all posts by Giles Fraser

The glossy mag wallows in the conveniences of capitalism while also calling for that system's destruction

View all posts by Douglas Murray

The tone of public debate is now one of permanent rancour, growing fiercer and more vituperative

View all posts by Jenny McCartney

The liberal class’s fetishisation of ‘yoof’ risks debasing the entire electoral process

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Spain's centre-Left PSOE party may be in government, but their power is wafer-thin

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A 10-point jump in average IQ would correlate to a doubling of the national economy

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Who commands the internet?

01 Oct / 4 mins

The winners of the digital revolution will be those who own the 'plumbing'

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Celebrating women who use their brains while criminalising women who use their bodies is elitist and hypocritical

View all posts by Victoria Bateman

Close comrades of the respectable working classes, the lower middle classes are also being ignored

View all posts by Graeme Archer

The most important battle in the Conservative party isn't over Brexit, it's over capitalism

View all posts by Liam Halligan

Scoops of global importance are being reported by a new breed of journalist

View all posts by Ian Birrell

Mike Leigh's new film risks glorifying violence and falsifying history

View all posts by Allan Mallinson

Who wants to live forever?

19 Sep / 4 mins

Life expectancy has increased enormously for some – but at what cost?

View all posts by Nigel Cameron