Features

Dan Hitchens reports on the groups who are taking the battle for free speech forward by speaking truth to power

Clandon Park remains a shell after it was gutted by fire six years ago. Now the National Trust is telling a one-sided story about its past

Robert Thicknesse ruminates on The Life and Death of Alexander Litvinenko

Jessica Douglas-Home recalls Roger Scruton’s risky but crucial work with dissident intellectuals in the Eastern Bloc

Joseph Connolly’s enduring passion for sartorial splendour was driven by a childhood addiction to the glamour of TV

Arabella Byrne asks if the modern world still has room for artistic outlaws

Robin Ashenden says the critic would have declared war on an ill-judged edict

Labour, the Lib Dems and the Greens need to work as one if they are to overcome an electoral system that helps the Conservatives

The culture clash between East and West is complicated by interdependence

How should America deal with a newly aggressive and expansionist Beijing?