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The future of choral singing in this country now rests on experiments taking place in a government lab, says Ysenda Maxtone-Graham

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The Covid conundrum: Modelling is not science, writes Dr John Lee

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I've seen the future of face masks, writes Matthew Parris

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The young will be left counting the cost of Covid, writes James Forsyth

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A 21st-century intern must uncover the traps laid by a 19th-century lexicographer in this inventive novel full of hidden jokes. Stuart Kelly reviews A Liar's Dictionary.

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Replying to @SpecCoffeeHouse: The Spectator is growing, and hiring, says Fraser Nelson

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The Spectator is growing, and hiring, says Fraser Nelson

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Friends are refusing to meet up with me in person, writes Melissa Kite

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Replying to @SpecCoffeeHouse: The BBC's news agenda reflects corporate priorities wholly unmoored from the priorities of most of the population, wri…

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Not even a genius could make Much Ado About Nothing funny, writes Lloyd Evans

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The BBC's news agenda reflects corporate priorities wholly unmoored from the priorities of most of the population, writes Stephen Daisley

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Replying to @SpecCoffeeHouse: Sunak's spending plans could result in a perfect storm for Labour at the next election – a chance for Starmer to attac…

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The infuriating rise of 'I love that', by Dot Wordsworth

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Sunak's spending plans could result in a perfect storm for Labour at the next election – a chance for Starmer to attack the Tories from both the left and the right, writes Nick Tyrone

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Replying to @SpecCoffeeHouse: A new atmosphere of moral rectitude has taken hold, and anyone who makes a tactless or unwelcome statement about race…

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Systemic racism in schools? I don't think so, writes Toby Young

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This week's Spectator Leader: Raab's ethical foreign policy is showing the best side of Britain

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Replying to @SpecCoffeeHouse: Prepare for Javid vs Sunak in the next Tory leadership contest, writes Patrick O'Flynn

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Prepare for Javid vs Sunak in the next Tory leadership contest, writes Patrick O'Flynn

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Dear Mary: How can I escape a boring WhatsApp group without offending anyone?

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Replying to @Spectator_LIFE: From crowd-pleasers like Rocketman to cult favourite Homecoming and comedy corruption drama El Presidente, Robert Jackm…

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A new atmosphere of moral rectitude has taken hold, and anyone who makes a tactless or unwelcome statement about race is likely to be fired, writes Lloyd Evans

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China's next target: The clock is ticking for Taiwan, writes Alessio Patalano

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Replying to @SpecCoffeeHouse: What will you be doing next Sunday at 8pm? If you live north of the border, the ideologically correct answer is clappi…

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What will you be doing next Sunday at 8pm? If you live north of the border, the ideologically correct answer is clapping for ‘Oor Nicola’, says Stephen Daisley

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From crowd-pleasers like Rocketman to cult favourite Homecoming and comedy corruption drama El Presidente, Robert Jackman rounds up what’s worth a watch now, on Amazon Prime.

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Earlier this month, The Spectator's chairman Andrew Neil announced that we would be handing back the government furlough money. Andrew spoke to Sky's Ian King to explain the thinking behind the move earlier this afternoon.

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