David Starkey

David Starkey, Honorary Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge and Honorary Professor of History at the University of Buckingham, is one of Britain’s leading historians. He is the author of many books and has guest-curated several major historical exhibitions.

Fourteenth-century Oxford University offers today’s Woke some lessons in cancel culture

A foolish figure of speech was enough to incur the hateful wrath of the politically correct mob

The toppling of Colston’s statue in Bristol sends a terrible message to today’s would-be philanthropist

The clinical decisions rushed through in March had a single goal: to protect the reputation of the NHS

South Korea did testing as we have done food — giving the market its head

Virtual reality is real enough to show man in his “natural” state

Brexiteers are right: parliamentary sovereignty is inextricably linked with national sovereignty

The Anglo-British belief in national self-government could forge a new path

The piecemeal constitutional “reforms” of the last 20 years fall on the liberal side and the results have been predictably disastrous

Is One Nation Conservatism a real idea or just an empty slogan?