Sanjay Jha’s new book reveals the degeneration of the oldest party in the world’s largest democracy
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
Some had talent, some did not
Simplicity is best for a Glyndebourne picnic
If turbulent priests can reach an accord over food and drink, then so can politicians
The expedition to take back the Falkland Islands was riskier than we might think
The Undead: Dracula 125 years on
The NI Protocol has not worked, and the EU has done nothing to live up to its commitment to it being temporary
The enduring popularity of fantasy and horror fiction proves that we still live in the long, dark shadow of the Gothic novel
Even in a material age, symbols matter
A Bloody Mary is perfect at almost any time of day and in every kind of weather
What has Europe learned from Roe v Wade?