The removal of Parler from app stores has made it clear that online opinions exist at the sufferance of those providing the soap box
Bias and censorship on social media are real problems, but Parler may not be a panacea
How trans activists turn public funding to push their agenda
Thread by thread, Mortimer unpicks the lies of David Stirling’s life
After an electoral disaster in the 1930s, Wakefield kickstarted the new Labour era. Can it do the same for Starmer?
One senses that, in this volume of Picasso’s life, John Richardson is only doing the hands and faces
When did we all decide to stop travelling, and living, in style?
There is better crime fiction being written
The Undead: Dracula 125 years on
Being the wealthiest man in parliament hasn’t damaged Rishi’s image yet, but that may now change
Yukio Mishima concealed his poignant political commentary in a run-of-the-mill science fiction novel
Conservative America still vibrantly upholds the cause of Western civilisation