You’ll own nothing, and you won’t be particularly happy about it

The timid world of BritLit needs to be shaken up by a mutinous new clique of writers

Bozzo is trying to fix the country

It’s a kindness of friends not to look at what we’re doing

Art that shocks, offends, and amuses has a purpose beyond aesthetic: its existence is a testament to freedom of expression

Although Hermione rarely names names or dishes dirt with quite the enthusiasm that her mother did, then she too has her tales to tell

Lucien veers between lamenting modern theatre’s disdain for “truly serious work” and suspecting that it all could have gone a great deal worse

A spectre is haunting British student politics: the spectre of the pro-life movement

Hutton OUT; Roger Knapman IN

You better believe the earth is flat