Enzo Rossi (Wales): Contested Identities and Spatial Marginalization: The Case of Roma and Gypsy-Travelers in Wales. From Scottish Left Review, a special issue on the city. Theodore Dalrymple on sentimentalizing serial murder: A recent book exemplifies the erosion of moral judgment in Britain. Treat white working-class boys like ethnic minority, Willetts tells universities. Whose line is it anyway? Politicians are always on the hunt for a memorable sound bite — but many of their best-known quotes are not exactly what they intended. Bernard Porter on why the new British citizenship test distorts history. David Goodhart on why immigration must serve British interests. King Egbert and the naming of England: George T. Beech investigates whether a King of Wessex adopted a new name for his country in 828, but failed to implement the change.