I will not tell you what was in the WhatsApps. I will not tell you why I will not

Does Suella have a plan to save the Conservatives?

Finding religion does not always mean being reformed, and secularisation does not always mean being enlightened

Don’t follow the pack on “inclusivity” in sports

Immigration cannot fix our economic or demographic ailments

20,000 people paying to watch a philosophy lecture is cause for celebration not scorn

Human desires tend to be rooted in the human

There is no case for a broader ban on conversion therapy

South Africa cannot continue down the road towards conflict

The Wicker Man is an ironic masterpiece that exposes the paradox of paganism

Britain’s population is rapidly growing but the authorities seem implacably opposed to building new houses

Once lauded as one of the most charming historic cities in England, Cambridge is being ruined by architectural monstrosities and ill-thought-out traffic schemes

The Civil Service’s utter determination not to do anything ministers ask of it makes the Government’s work tricky

Why does a country once regarded as a model of moderation and progressiveness now have the highest level of gun violence in Europe?

The striking similarities between the tired, unoriginal politics of our age and those of the turbulent 1970s

Difference is not betrayal and opinions are not violence

International law is often far less clear than it might sound

The agony of global Christianity goes unheard in the West

The products of deeply felt faith and painfully acquired skills

Their rhetoric is unhinged, yet still they preen

Everything Dorries encounters proves how right she is

The late novelist understood the dangers of ego-centred delusions

Covering a French spy thriller, a documentary on Eichmann and a British government drama

Irish Gothic and Noel Coward romance on the stage, and remembering actress Hayden Gywnne

On Ridley Scott’s Napoleon and the challenge of biopics

Why boring clothes are back

A lamentation on the bland American diet

Milly Ffyne shares an excellent but dispiriting fondue in the alpine haunt of the international jet set