Features

Coronavirus may be sweeping the world but we’ve been here before

An indolent, blustering prime minister surrounded by supine, vacuous incompetents

Trump’s spending spree will mean sky-high inflation and interest rates

Is Polyamory really a progressive, feminist-friendly modus vivendi?

It was a magazine whose influence extended beyond its readership

The sale of dusty, unloved artworks offers museums a financial lifeline, but is fraught with danger

Michael Prodger says deaccession has been given tacit approval abroad

Nick Cohen on the dangerous lie the Corbynite left copied from the Nazis

How Walther Funk’s 1940 memo predicted the rise of the European Union

Edward Lucas pays tribute to his father J.R. Lucas, Oxford philosopher and Cold War champion of the Czechs

Time to proclaim the greatness of Herman Wouk, once feted for the sweep of his historical novels

Both US parties are seeking to be tough on Beijing — but at what cost?

Seventy-five years ago this month, peace finally came to a destroyed Europe