Ben Sixsmith

Ben Sixsmith is an English writer living in Poland who contributes to the Spectator USA, Quillette and other publications.

We all need the facts about monkeypox

They like to play the cynic, but Gen X built the modern world and got rich doing it

Why we should be wary of “credible” candidates

The Prime Minister knows his legacy is on the line

Victims were failed at every level — could there be more cases to come?

It’s easy to criticise Blair — and fun, too!

Bertrand Russell is almost too familiar a figure to be worth remembering

Communism in Poland was brought down by an underground network of learning, journalism and culture that flourished in defiance of state control

Drill music presents itself as the soundtrack of liberation, but it’s dangerously mired in gang violence