Arts & Books
It's a curious ritual: the British media complaining about British films, not because they lack quality or ideas, but because of misconstrued box office figures
The whipping boy of western poetry deserves better
With his Gothic meanderings and limp mimicry of Kafka, this unlikely darling of high European style is merely lost in an English cul-de-sac
How can a Manchester City supporter come to terms with the global brand that is Manchester United?
Does a liberal society require anything more from its citizens than respect for the law?
An indiscriminate attack on the cult of the primitive is redeemed by some disrespect for Isaiah Berlin
It is not only in Britain that public sector reform dominates politics. In France part of the elite is worried about the future of the state
A first class soap opera is restoring our faith in politics. But how far can it go?