Features

Why do people — and men in particular — dress so vilely now?

Gertrude Himmelfarb: an intellectual giant who believed history could save us

Beyond the breaking glass of his public interventions, Sir Roger Scruton was a peerless intellectual

Julie Bindel on how transgender ideologists are winning the battle for media hearts and minds

Neither Roy Jenkins nor Enoch Powell became prime minister, but they are our two most influential postwar politicians

When big game doesn’t pay, it is replaced by cow and plough

How the shallow culture warrior hoodwinked a generation

Daniel Johnson says that Clive James’s enduring legacy is his verse

It was 40 years ago today: the magnificent swansong of rock and roll

Too many of our town centres have become hollowed-out, windswept deserts. But if we make them fit for people, they will return