If you want your views of the wrongness of Brexit confirmed, this dull book will do so

Who is the dark horse of France’s presidential election?

Olivia Hartley speaks to Chris Elston about the progression of gender ideology in Canada

It would be wrong to give British citizens more protection from extradition than foreigners

Perhaps Jake Davison killed those people because he could, not because he was an incel

Why make such efforts to avoid using the word “women”?

Ardern’s career is a foretaste of a quieter and less frightening world in which workplace feminism has triumphed

The dogmatic insistence that unionists are being pushed towards a united Ireland

Woolly thinking, cloudy expression, and the possibility that great matters are at hand: two books by a pair of Foreign Office grandees

d’Ancona is guilty of the same kind of arrogance and bad faith he identifies in other liberals