Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart on how the role of the Prime Minister has changed in the past 200 years

Lincoln Allison lays bare the strictly non-socialist argument for the NHS

Weekly pressers from Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs have turned into festivals of hostility towards the countries caught in the Kremlin’s crosshairs — why?

Sir Iain Duncan Smith gives his assessment to Graham Stewart

The strength of Jordan’s Hashemite monarchy is a precious thing — and one which only gets its due in rare moments of turmoil

In a warning to teachers around the world, one American teacher opens up about the invasion of woke orthodoxy in the education sector

In his coverage of Northern Ireland in this memoir, Kevin Myers was unflinchingly critical of British ineptitude

There is a lesson here for those who prefer to sharpen their knives on the whetstone of grievance

Andrew Roberts says that in these diaries, Channon takes snobbery to a truly pathological level

Christopher Silvester reveals how this biography of Robert Maxwell is a skilfully constructed page-turner