Monarchy

Rakib’s Britain: The Queen has been a powerful force for unity in a rapidly changing and multicultural Britain

Our enchanted, sometimes absurd, monarchy is one of the last focuses of common cultural experience

Opponents of the monarchy are also suspected of hating Christmas, puppies and the sound of children’s laughter

The universal realities of life, love and death are at the core of the strength of the monarchy

Many of us will never live to see a jubilee again — what will sustain the Windsors without spectacle?

Oak Apple Day celebrates the inevitable return of the primordial and the perennial

Warriors against cancel culture have been loudest in calling for a republic

America’s republican prejudices stopped them from restoring a unifying king

Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the role of the queen in British and European history

Graham Stewart and Jeremy Black discuss British and European conceptions of monarchy throughout history