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These islands

England's churches contain many topless female statues. We are uncomfortable with this today—so what made the nudity acceptable to worshippers in the past?
Terence Kealey  

These islands

The country estate of Stowe lies at the heart of England, both geographically and historically. It embodies the English virtues of freedom, subtlety and trust
Terence Kealey  

Crowding out

Danny Kruger's "fraternity" is little more than a PR exercise. Here's a real Big Idea for David Cameron to get his teeth into
Terence Kealey  

Bacon’s shadow

Francis Bacon invented the idea of progress 400 years ago. He also claimed that technology grew out of science and that science should be funded by the state. Both claims are still influential—but wrong
Terence Kealey