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Freddy Gray is deputy editor of The Spectator and the founding editor of The Spectator’s World edition. He was formerly literary editor of the American Conservative.
Again and again, we see the same response to fake hate from America’s hyper-progressive enclaves
By Freddy Gray
The post-Trump honeymoon is long gone
Theresa’s May administration missed whatever early opportunities there might have been to exploit any shared goodwill
Biden and Johnson are together mega-spending centrists with highly malleable values
Can the President survive without the global media?
Joe Biden’s public pronouncements on Afghanistan neatly signal the folly of American leadership in the last two decades
Beijing sneezed and we all caught authoritarianism
Biden’s speeches aren’t disastrous — just listless and flat
Both leaders are keen to put the Trump years behind them
Featuring Bridget Phetasy, Cosmo Landesman, Dominic Green, Mary Harrington, Zoe Strimpel and more
The pandemic has sped up the decline of glitzy award ceremonies
Featuring Daniel McCarthy, Ian Williams, Lionel Shriver, Matt Purple and many more
‘Rebalancing the American economy’ is not as easy as it sounds
Nobody expected him to weigh in, pre-emptively, on the Chauvin verdict. He did anyway
The Biden era is much like the Trump era — you just hear more cant from the leadership
The real Joe Biden: what would his presidency look like?
Joe Biden is a China patsy
Crime and no punishment in Minneapolis
No, Meghan Markle isn’t going to be president
America’s Maoist mutation
Please Twitter, stop playing ‘Guess the Killer’s Race’
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