Artillery Row

The Genetic Lottery is not the only book published this summer to tackle controversial topics in biology

Tirthankar Roy dismisses both nationalist tropes about evil colonialists and imperial assumptions of benevolent liberal intervention

Little of the Hungarian aristocrats’ world remains, except a few crumbling buildings — and Count Bánffy’s stories

The Critic Narrated: Episode One, with Matthew Lloyd Roberts, Claudia Savage Gore and Jonathan Aitken

The Court of Appeal has ruled that there is no obligation on the State to allow the purchase of sex without criminal sanction

Real progress will require more than BBC telling its audience about cultural appropriation in a Brummie accent

The University College Union is hounding members out of their jobs for holding gender-critical views

I’m proud that Britain is known as “TERF Island”

If the Civil Service wants to retain its reputation for political impartiality, then it needs to exclude those who promote only certain kinds of politics

Debunking a persistent talking point in the trans rights campaign