Leaders that reject grand narratives in favour of what actually matters to people are rewarded

Jonathon Green wonders if, despite this being a fascinating book, the author has set herself up for defeat

However strict Australia’s quarantine measures may be, they appear to be a lot more effective than the UK’s laissez-faire approach

While questioning orthodoxies often has great value, it can also present dangers

CANZUK doesn’t need to copy anyone or force anything

CANZUK deserves debate, not character assassination

CANZUK is a better idea than British advocates have yet articulated

The intolerance of the professional class means a supreme court judge must now live in infamy

It’s Hong Kong’s middle class – not the hyper-wealthy – who may leave. But Britain may not be their preferred option.

Christopher Pincher is thankful for the South Australian vineyards