Roger Scruton

On the foetid fantasies of the fogeys

Niall Ferguson opens Roger Scruton memorial lecture series

The government needs to face down its enemies on planning reform

Tibor Fischer discovers the first of many Roger Scruton cafés

Jessica Douglas-Home recalls Roger Scruton’s risky but crucial work with dissident intellectuals in the Eastern Bloc

Roger Scruton’s appreciation of Richard Wagner will remain an important and inexhaustible part of his legacy

Sir Roger Scruton’s religious views are dissonant but beautiful

Sir Roger Scruton moved through personal tragedy and objective philosophy to justify wine as a “social intoxicant”

On the first anniversary of his death, Scruton’s literary executor says that it is a ‘travesty of the truth’ to think that Scruton joined the ranks of those evangelical atheists

Douglas Murray discusses the importance of intellectual mentors and reveals two who continue to guide him