Courtroom memoirs reveal fascinating details of high-profile cases, waspish views of politicians, as well as a QC who solved a notorious murder

Wherever the outrage is about the success of Sinn Fein, there hasn’t been a word from Brussels

Titania McGrath’s considers the working class

X.Trapnel on the book world’s latest guessing game

Factories of elite opinion like the Economist will fail if they produce shoddy goods

The PM’s mendacity about the sunlit uplands of New Model Britain is psychotic

Theodore Dalrymple reveals how the choice of words in medical obituaries are important

The Anglo-British belief in national self-government could forge a new path

Who will stand up to the stupidity of the electorate?

Roger Scruton was a doer as well as a thinker