Sebastian Milbank

Sebastian Milbank is the Executive Editor of the Critic. He tweets @JSMilbank

The collapse of Vice Media is a story of an American left — aggressive, iconoclastic, irreverent — that no longer exists

Taboo-breaking counterculture paved the way for the return of the very fascism it claimed to subvert

Lionised by the Left, the Chilean president refused to moderate his Marxist aims in the face of economic chaos

The fantasy genre is afflicted by a dull and tedious obsession with adolescent cynicism, prurient scenes and one dimensional anti-heroes

Richard Hanania is a figure of fun for many, but he represents a broader return to liberalism’s sinister origins

As another UK steel mill closes, Stephen Bush’s plea for a white collar love-in felt ill-timed

Ricky Gervais’s tiresome adolescent offencemongering sent me to sleep

In their lives we find fiercely opposed poles of a culture that has profoundly shaped our world

A Yuletide war between profane M&S and sublime John Lewis

Was the reactionary caricature, immortalised by Powell and Pressburger, actually a moral visionary?