PETER HITCHENS: ‘Progressives’ who’d rather wreck the Tiger Head’s school than admit they’re wrong 

A very few times in my life I have seen things so brave and unlikely that I have immediately feared that they would be destroyed and suppressed. 

The first was in November 1980 when I saw Polish shipyard workers, armed with nothing more than Christian faith and patriotism, challenging the entire homicidal might of the Soviet Empire, in the city of Gdansk.

I described it as like seeing a fire burning under water, impossible, thrilling, like a waking dream, and probably doomed.

I had exactly the…

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