Eton College

The Varsity Match and Boat Race are no longer part of our sporting conversation

Musa Okwonga’s memoir about his time at Eton is a confused account of having access to everywhere but belonging nowhere

Simon Henderson’s top-down revolution at Eton has lost the trust of too many parents, staff, and donors for him to remain in place

Nicholas Shackel, a Professor of Philosophy at University of Cardiff, explains how to turn the prisoner’s dilemma into the free speaker’s game

Spoiled beaks and free thought at Eton

“Vulva owners”, Eton’s woke head master, and the BBC’s hagiography of BLM

Is the whole institution of the public school starting to become unfit for purpose in the 21st century?

One recent graduate of Eton College laments how the school has transformed into a place of ideological homogeneity

Sir Eric Anderson employed the best and let them get on with it

He had a particular skill with those who had fallen foul of the system