Politicians have promised a new kind of economy. Can they deliver?
This year’s Bennett Prospect Policy Prize poses a pressing question about populism and contemporary politics
Michael Coveney / October 7, 2020
Plus a new season at the Theatre Royal
Kate Summerscale's new history is her most empathetic work to date
Covid-19 has shown some of the limitations of the lauded intellectual's philosophy, writes Jesse Norman. But A Theory of Justice is a monumental achievement
Ian Irvine / October 7, 2020
Letters and extracts both new and old
Greer was and is far from perfect—but the Female Eunuch, published fifty years ago, will forever remain part of the canon
Medieval Catholicism wasn’t the enemy of progress, it was its engine
Does this woman fully understand the humorous dimension of her remarks?