Rick Picton Thomas would have known what to say to those bent on removing his ancestor’s statue
Beckett, Camus and Monod arrived by different roads at the same destination thanks to their common experience of fighting injustice
Brexit proved there is a huge audience for a culturally conservative party, but who will fill it?
The liberals betrayed the very civilisation they were charged to defend
Today’s political conflicts replay past battles between Britain’s libertarian and puritan traditions, argues historian Nigel Jones
Is Boris’s ‘Rooseveltian’ revival really what the country needs?
Nigel Jones laments the rise of the British snitch
Patrick Hamilton, the writer who inadvertently coined the term, had his own victims
What is needed but is sorely lacking is the smack of firm government, says Nigel Jones
Leading historian Nigel Jones argues the UK is now dangerously fractured along political lines