Features

Extravagant plans for a greener country will provide cold comfort for ordinary people

John Self welcomes the reissue of three works by Brian Moore, one of Northern Ireland few novelists who can stand toe-to-toe with the contemporary greats

A.S.H. Smyth yomps to the scant, wind-battered ruins of the first British colony on the Falkland Islands

Young people need to be taught resilience, not how to revel in trauma and fragility

Jonathon Green says the xenophobic 1920s novels that inspired his lifelong love of literature should not be cancelled

Like the monasteries, the National Trust has long since strayed from its purpose. It’s time for reformation or dissolution

Are re-enactments of the Underground Railroad culturally insensitive — or a tool to help America understand its history?

“Rewilding” is fashionable but there is more to it than letting Nature run free

Richard Negus says the cruel sentimentality of the Hunting Act scars the countryside to this day, but the biggest loser is the animal it purported to protect

Brexit has been blamed for the decline of the British press, but the mainstream media was broken long before we left the European Union

An act of quasi-guerrilla commemoration

The National Memorial Arboretum is an ambitious landscape of trees and statuary — but does it work?

Adam LeBor recalls terror and surreal moments of calm in Eastern Europe