Columns

We need to mind our language when describing those with whom we disagree

The sport is now characterised by the conditioned reflex of dishonesty, the bleating of the wronged

How on earth did the National Trust hire a non-historian to do an historian’s job?

Prevent the rise of fascism by letting the state arrest people for what they think

From trans rights to its independence strategy, a bitter war divides one of the most popular parties in Europe

Today the multiply-tattooed Balkan war criminal look is popular

When the MoD’s top man signs off with a BLM hashtag it’s a brave official who doesn’t get the message

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