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
Greer was and is far from perfect—but the Female Eunuch, published fifty years ago, will forever remain part of the canon
Once revered in the Middle East as a defiant force against Israel, the actions of the "Party of God" in Syria have caused many to change their minds
Will the wave of Covid-19 care home deaths finally jolt us into grappling with the way we look after our frail and elderly?
Extremes on right and left are attacking our museums. We need to defend them says V&A director Tristram Hunt
The marketing man with a Conservative background is the exactly the right person to defend the corporation from a determined assault from the right
The pandemic has landed treasuries everywhere with whacking great overdrafts—in the UK alone the figure is £2 trillion. Debt denialism is dangerous, but panicked prudence is self-defeating....
Two tribes, Trump and the State of an imperilled Union
Rachel Sylvester / September 3, 2020
A career diplomat who has given up on diplomacy where Europe is concerned, David Frost now holds Britain's future in his hands. What motivates him?