Rising tensions over gas fields in the Eastern Mediterranean are fuelled by Erdogan’s dream of expanding Turkey’s borders

Here’s how the new president can unite the country — and pick up votes

Adam LeBor investigates the former communist cult that has found common cause with the prime minister and the Brexiteer Conservative right

How Hispanic voters across the country returned historic swings to Trump

Zareer Masani says the wartime prime minister has been unfairly vilified over the 1943 Indian famine

Daniel Johnson remembers Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, wise and generous friend, guide and mentor

A new collection of essays provides a welcome reappraisal of Labour leader James Callaghan, says Graham Stewart

The race debate has been taken over by grifters with a vested interest in a booming equalities industry

Joseph Connolly treasures his friendship with his literary hero

Richard D. North charts the rise and fall of the British fur trade