Columns

Bringing back the Net Book Agreement would be a good start for badly-paid authors

The money being poured into US elections is soaring – but it’s often wasted

A Procrustean bed of critical theory is examining a British military hero – with predictable results

Frida Kahlo: Her brand has quickly spread from cult to cliché

The governent’s attempt to regain the right to call an election is problematic

As we move into 2021, Biden’s message resounds throughout our new woke empire

Covid-19 has reawakened the medieval superstition that bad things happen to bad people

We have no sense of the tragic, only of victimhood, says Theodore Dalrymple

France is competing with the UK to be every bit as draconian and liberty-infringing

Rishi Sunak boasts a hugerise in public spending. That must mean big tax increases