Try five issues of Britain’s newest magazine for £10
A sometime soldier, Richard Negus lay hedges on farms, shoots and estates throughout East Anglia.
Richard Negus says the cruel sentimentality of the Hunting Act scars the countryside to this day, but the biggest loser is the animal it purported to protect
It’s BBC actors and comedy stars who’ve made the corporation great over the years — not two-a-penny journalists
The Guardian’s redacting controversial commentary on the gender wars does a disservice to readers
Noel Yaxley imagines life 30 years after the launch of the NHS Covid App
If this stuttery, scatterbrained autist can become an activist, there really is no excuse for anybody else
Robert Thicknesse on the woes of modern, British opera
Lisa Hilton tries indigestible mac ’n’ cheese at a venue that should have gone the way of the tzars
Dissenters from the trans agenda find modern conservatives overwhelmingly inclusive and this new LGBT rather exclusive
It is a strange world we live in when a musician’s personal politics leads to as much uproar as Winston Marshall’s case has
Is Europe losing its interesting edges as temperatures climb year by year?
The Church of England has plans, and the clergy aren’t happy. David Scullion discusses with Alison Milbank and Marcus Walker