Dominic Lawson reviews 10,000 Not Out: The History of The Spectator, 1828-2020 by David Butterfield

Patrick Hamilton, the writer who inadvertently coined the term, had his own victims

Or does ‘direct action’ undermine democratic institutions? Graham Stewart debates with Jeremy Black

French Royalist groups wait for a king, but is their cause surely lost?

Professor Jeremy Black picks-over the evidence with Graham Stewart

Do we just need better iconoclasts?

A S H Smyth remembers his Quaker ancestors killed June 5, during the Irish rebellion of 1798

Roger Moorhouse shows it’s possible to treat modern history properly and in context

How pre-vaccination societies held greater freedoms than we do today

Dominic Green looks at the immortality of jazz saxophonist, Charlie Parker