Should we still care about Michelin stars?
Lisa Hilton says a prime spot near the kitchen is no compensation for a bewilderingly bad evening
On a love with limits
She was nasty, crude, racist and often a poor writer — so why is she revered?
Opera directors are utilising programme books to purvey their moral and ethical wisdom
Journalist James Cowley builds a national identity from an excavation of incidents
The LGBTQ+ lobby is making up “scientific” facts to win arguments
Slashing the tax take now will lead to increased public spending for years to come
Why can’t politicians be themselves?
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss how Nazi foreign policy differed from the traditional objectives of German nationalism
An unholy alliance of Berlin capitalists and intellectuals has disastrously misjudged the Ukraine war
Locked rooms and dark churchyards
A brilliant new work walks the thorny path of motherhood