The Conservatives must focus on our constitutional order

Did popular culture peak four decades ago?

Does the World Press know what constitutes photojournalism?

Trump’s response to being shot has affirmed his status as a Great Man of History

Our memories of hooliganism deserve more nuance

A welcome if flawed history of Irish architecture

This appointment is an insult from Keir Starmer

A video artwork that aims to critique Rex Whistler’s controversial mural in Tate Britain lacks context and nuance

With publishing now such a female-dominated industry, it’s no surprise that there are so few men writing fiction

We must heed the warnings from Hungary and Poland about migration

Reflecting upon the corrosive power of disillusionment in politics and why our leaders are virtue vacuums who lack both competence and character

Fans of the 1990s aren’t nostalgic reactionaries. They celebrate an era of optimism, peace, prosperity and great popular culture

Can it stay equidistant from the great powers while maintaining trade connectivity?

Roll up, roll up, it’s time for another festival of arts, ideas and Graham (mostly Graham)

He needs to keep reminding the American public that unless they vote for him they are evil and racist

Donald Trump is innocent squared. He never does, or is, anything by halves

End Game 1944: How Stalin Won the War. By Jonathan Dimbleby

The Invisible Doctrine: The Secret History of Neoliberalism (& How It Came to Control Your Life). By George Monbiot and Peter Hutchison

C. S. Lewis’s Oxford by Simon Horobin

It seems dangerously liable to foster neuroticism and credulity

Guillaume Guillon-Lethière was an artistic and social pioneer

Bring back the castratos? Might as well

The album is back and music is better for it

Good fishing, books and beer remind us that not everything is awful

British racing should have nothing to do with Sheikh Mohammed

Picking the right outfit for summer socials

At last, a truly world-class experience