Jolyon Maugham, Toby Young / September 11, 2017
Toby Young and Jolyon Maugham debate one of the most important questions in politics today
Norman Lamont / September 11, 2017
Despite the international scaremongering campaign around Brexit, loyalty to where we're born is what creates the space for democracy
Tim Martin / September 11, 2017
In many ways, King's works are better known on screen. But do his novels really work as films?
Every British and American election in 70 years has boiled down to character—who is the leader that’s got what it takes?
Andrew Dickson / September 8, 2017
The playwright opens up about Jeremy Corbyn, local politics—and why he's finding it so hard to set a drama in Number 10
Sarah Manavis / August 30, 2017
As charities warn of a crisis in men's health, building empathy among men of all ages is more crucial than ever. One way to do that? Reading fiction
We must open an overdue debate on the constitution—and whether we want a monarchy at all
Steve Bloomfield / August 17, 2017
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau turns up at the airport to greet refugees as “new Canadians”—and personally hands out winter coats. When the arguments for immigration are so strong, why won't...
Sameer Rahim / August 17, 2017
Hill, a great poet, passed away one year ago. Goodman talks to Sameer Rahim about coming to terms with that—and about her own extraordinary artistic output