From Belsen concentration camp to eminent British sculptor
What has social justice to do with antisemitism?
Journalist and actor Denis Tuohy has written a rewarding collection worthy of his colourful career
Rooney has now run into greater controversy than simple literary taste
Richard Ingrams’ “roughing up” of G. K. Chesterton begs the question: who is creating a smokescreen around whom?
Jonathon Green says the xenophobic 1920s novels that inspired his lifelong love of literature should not be cancelled
Toby Young disagrees with Danny Finkelstein’s call for Miller’s sacking, saying that academic staff should be free to express whatever views they like within the law
Just like Covid-19, this new, virulent strain of anti-Semitism will prove hard to dispel, and no vaccine will be available to act as a panacea
We should treat Roald Dahl as a naïve and unworldly man who never entirely left the realm of make-believe
With Labour facing massive legal bills, Corbyn’s return to Labour is a less explosive risk than expelling him