Statues

View From Oxford: A tale of two Presidents

View from Oxford: whether Rhodes falls or stands there will come from competing corners criticism, ridicule, and contempt

Perhaps if it were a simply better artwork, then Hambling’s statue would have been more warmly received

Our fearless woke columnist has been mistaken for an evil right-wing satirist

A new counter-petition campaign is a conservative response to iconoclasm

The Ethiopian emperor has fallen in leafy Wimbledon, but there’s more to his demise than meets the eye

No one will say the truth to the one side that is waging the culture war. The only dog in this battle will win it

Churchill’s statue was attacked because he symbolises the continuity of the nation

Tearing down Edward Colston’s statue conceals the past and suppresses the speech of the dead

The notion of collective racial guilt undermines all institutions