“The subversive, varied influence of families”

Everyone pretends they have read Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four. But they haven’t; I’m sure of it. Because if they had, we wouldn’t, here and now, in the UK, be strolling nonchalantly towards frightfully similar totalitarian horrors. Orwell’s boldly drawn satire throws a bright

The case for marriage

If you visit a typical classroom filled with teenagers studying for their GCSEs, you’ll find that 45 percent are not living with both natural parents. Many will agree with me that this is an extraordinarily high proportion. It’s almost certainly the highest

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