How the ”Science-Based Medicine” blog succumbed to the pressure of trans ideology

As July marked the one hundredth anniversary of the CCP, Alex Story examines its performance over the past fifty years

Robert Thicknesse on the woes of modern, British opera

Whether ties are out or tattoos are in, there is a performative aspect that in both cases can hide a murkier if not awful truth

How endless optimism can make it difficult when confronted with unpleasant choices

Our survey suggests most people don’t even know what the culture war is

The Church will soon hit a Hartlepool moment, when people who feel politically unwelcome go elsewhere

Alexander Larman writes an open letter to the artistic directors of theatres

According to this book, Islam outside the West preserves much of its traditional character, but Islam within the West is in danger of petrifying, says Paul Goodman

There are now so many awards that not winning one must seem a source of shame