The Bumper Book of Scottish Political Counterfactuals: In which Tony Blair takes his rightful place as First Minister
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the conflicts and continuities of France from Louis Philippe to the Belle Epoque
It’s Instagram that is turning everyone and everywhere the same, not the UN, not NAFTA, not the IMF, and certainly not the EU
Damien Hirst’s work encapsulates the sterility, isolation and obsession with death of these times, says Alys Denby
The Story of Scottish Art is not a scholarly work of art history; it gives an easy-to-read account of artists’ lives with a faintly awestruck tone
If our representatives aren’t reading these weighty documents, then who is?
Distance between Downing Street and Tory lockdown sceptics widening as Baker writes to CRG MPs
Is the new Northern Ireland Protocol working?
The longer the pandemic and the platitudes go on, the more something doesn’t feel quite right
Far from progressive, Russell T Davies’ recent remarks on the suitability of straight actors playing ‘gay’ roles are conservative and reactionary