Try five issues of Britain’s newest magazine for £10
The Home Secretary thinks there are too many white people in her department
A pandemic is no excuse to forget the Science of Equality
The last thing we need is a future generation who can think for themselves
Government and the purpose of higher education
Lord Geidt has not started well as the Independent Adviser on Ministers’ Interests
Small local publishers are putting out the brightest and best new work
Woke leaders are able to disguise their more cynical realpolitik
Clandon Park remains a shell after it was gutted by fire six years ago. Now the National Trust is telling a one-sided story about its past
In the run-up to London’s mayoral and local elections on 6 May, who will deliver on the promise to save the capital’s landmarks?
Should writers be allowed to destroy their own work?
The true legacy of John Kay
No one can sensibly doubt that American primacy is much more agreeable to us than Chinese hegemony
Maya Forstater’s win at the Employment Appeals Tribunal is a victory for humanity