Prince Philip

Philip the foreigner and the press

Anna Della Subin’s new book explores how leaders become Gods

The reformed Royal family sailed unscathed through the mid-century crises of the abdication, the Depression and the Second World War

Wide-ranging interest and inquiry no longer seems compatible with those who bear the pressures of public life

The Duke of Edinburgh’s genius was to ensure that the more the Royal family changed, the more it appeared to remain the same

Our inability to do justice to the death of Prince Philip

They came to praise the world consort

Prince Philip’s military service deserves to be remembered in its own right

Alexander Larman looks at the life and duty of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who has died at the age of 99