Joseph Shaw is a philosopher and chairman of the Latin Mass Society
How a Catholic institution capitulated to the non-binary gods of diversity
The culture war in our universities is sweeping away cherished illusions
We need action on climate change — not more idle talk
Boris was fun once, but nobody’s laughing anymore
Why do so many on the Left back poor quality public services?
Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque, Vivaldi, The Four Seasons
Can the Tories be reformed?
Our current ethical guidelines are hopelessly inadequate for a new era of unimaginable technological change
The American classic is fine street-party fare
Opposing Putin isn’t hawkish, just realistic
Ethnicity pay gap reporting is a terrible idea, so why won’t it go away?
The lost art of governing your tongue
Beth Steel’s House of Shades is a confident new nod to the tradition of multi-generation family sagas