“We are the new radicals” claimed Nigel Farage, as he launched his Contract with the People
On the most important nomination stage in living memory
How much impact will Farage’s retreat really have?
Can liberal philosophers be used to justify censorship?
Are civil servants the blameless dupes of “partygate”?
Naive proposals to “decolonise” Western classical music risk losing the richness of its history
Conservatism is the really inclusive worldview, because it offers us rules to live by
Politics and prosecution make for a dangerous combination, and women are most likely to lose out
Russia is sending General Winter west
The political life of David Trimble
Simplicity is best for a Glyndebourne picnic
Playtime is never over in Westminster
Thread by thread, Mortimer unpicks the lies of David Stirling’s life
Not long ago, in a parliament far, far away