David Butterfield is a Fellow in Classics at Queens' College, Cambridge
Imperial College’s Operation Historyhide is a go-go
Classic settings conceal psychological rawness and sinuously convoluted mysteries
Basic liberties have been safeguarded, and gender critical feminism has won a crucial victory
Cheap mysticism posing as care
Why doesn’t British legislation protect free speech?
Some had talent, some did not
Norman Scott gets the last word against the man who raped and plotted to murder him
A new performance of a Janacek opera takes one to the moon and back
Tales of lives lived well, or disgracefully, are always interesting, but what makes a good obit?
There’s nothing natural about the environmentalism of modern eco activists
The quiet comforts of local community
Can liberal philosophers be used to justify censorship?