Robin Aitken’s analysis is idiosyncratic but rings true

How Soviet society, gripped by political correctness, descended into madness

Poetry has been put through the academic wringer and obfuscated by jargon

We won’t accept policemen are corrupt because the thought of anarchy is intolerable

‘This Sporting Life’ should be read by our managerial ruling class who dismiss what they do not understand as “populist” or “right-wing”

Peter Stothard’s depiction of the demise of Caesar emphasises the humanity of the emperor’s killer

With a wealth of original material, Daniel Smith meets all the requirements of high-class popular history

Was Alexis de Tocqueville the first social scientist?

The Captive-bred lion industry has been under fire for some time and Unfair Game will only add weight to calls for its cessation

A welcome intervention by an author determined to return some rationalism to the trans discussion