The Wicker Man is an ironic masterpiece that exposes the paradox of paganism

Britain’s population is rapidly growing but the authorities seem implacably opposed to building new houses

Once lauded as one of the most charming historic cities in England, Cambridge is being ruined by architectural monstrosities and ill-thought-out traffic schemes

The Civil Service’s utter determination not to do anything ministers ask of it makes the Government’s work tricky

Why does a country once regarded as a model of moderation and progressiveness now have the highest level of gun violence in Europe?

The striking similarities between the tired, unoriginal politics of our age and those of the turbulent 1970s

Hamas knew its unprecedented attack would provoke ferocious retaliation and hopes the violence spreads

Rod Dreher argues the west’s Orbán hysteria is absurd and that hungary is safe, civilised and democratic

The Tories appear to have no plan for the Arts Council

With declining attendances and a neglect of their core mission, churches and art galleries have much in common