Will Covid lead to a rebalancing of the British economy or will normal service resume? Graham Stewart discusses with John Mills
Katrina Gulliver delves into two new publications entitled ‘American Awakening’, and discovers that one is an exhortation, the other an ironic description of the current process of politics and society
American conservatives and Polish liberals are both right about abortion law. It should be a matter for elected politicians, not Supreme Courts
Catholic catechism is one thing, but the beliefs of the more than a billion adherents are often something entirely different
Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Borat film is a flop
The Withdrawal Agreement seriously constrains a sovereign UK’s room for manoeuvre
This biography is a testament to detailed analysis and intelligent insight, says Alexander Larman
Paul du Quenoy reveals the unreported foreign investment in US universities
Greece survived the world’s worst post-2008 economic crisis and the heaviest refugee burden without yielding to far-right populism. Why?
What does the downfall of convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein mean for the UK’s dwindling film industry?