Andrew Doyle wonders why so many comedians are offended by the satire of Titania McGrath

Moral boundaries are being eroded by the rise of sex robots that claim to be “the perfect companion”

Should libraries should sell historic manuscripts to solve short-term financial problems

Joseph Connolly has never ridden a bike, drunk a pint of biiter or had a curry. Can you match his epic non-achievements?

Frederic Raphael poses some pertinent questions to the son of God

Charles Saumarez Smith believes the restoration of an historic factory in the Potteries can be a model for preserving our manufacturing past

Tim Abrahams asks whether the crisis will prompt builders to create the type of houses we need

Will Collins traces the aristocratic roots of the social justice warriors’ search for purity

Andrew Tettenborn says we should be able to hear, read and say what we want without the threat of undemocratic human rights law

I’m still haunted by a murderous conflict the Western world ignored until it was too late