Professor Phillips O’Brien, Robert Hutton, and Graham Stewart discuss the British mindset during WWII

The other Europeans Irish share the most in common with … are the British

Boris Johnson’s ‘one great indivisible United Kingdom’ is neither one, nor indivisible, nor united

Practically all the artists in the book are traumatised in one way or another, and all experienced war

Leading historian Nigel Jones argues the UK is now dangerously fractured along political lines

It’s time for Britain to get back into the space race

Marcus Walker responds to an article calling for a re-examination of Britain’s history

Robert Hutton reviews Our Man in New York by Henry Hemming

How the West’s fear of appearing racist obscures the blunders at the beginning of this outbreak