Firmin DeBrabander’s philosophical musings are the checklist of a left-wing, “progressive” academic

In his new book, Gerald Seib asks whether the turn towards nationalism and populism in the US is permanent

If Martin Amis isn’t entertaining you on every page, then what’s the point of him?

Unlike Douglas Murray, John Self thinks the satirical novel isn’t dead

Lady Swire’s new memoir dishes the dirt on the Cameronian Government

A new book celebrates 125 years of rugby league but shines a light on a world that the sport has left behind

Practically all the artists in the book are traumatised in one way or another, and all experienced war

A masterly account of Britain’s fortunes in the Second World War

The women who always walked alone

The controversial South African cricket tour of 1970