Features

A new BBC documentary captures the spirit of the club that made London a global hub for jazz

Heaven is the Outer-Hebrides – with the electric jolt of the sea trout on the line

An old press cutting provided the key to a defiant tale of life after Auschwitz

An appraisal of the President’s foreign policy would find he was consistent, traditional, multilateral – and highly successful

The democratic state has a duty to act as an ideological gate keeper to protect society

A free society cannot remain free if it implements the social justice movement’s bizarre ideology of vilifying ordinary people

Michael Collins says the corporation is fighting the wrong war, as usual

Rex Whistler’s Tate mural should be seen more as an ironic Rococo fantasy than the work of a racist

Will traditional museums be replaced by modern “experiences”?

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