As Jane Austen put it, the season is one of "peculiar and inexhaustible influence on the mind of taste and tenderness"
Ray Monk / September 5, 2019
The passing of this eclectic and questioning man in his prime allowed the narrower and more imperious Gilbert Ryle to dominate British philosophy. Had Collingwood lived, could the deep and damaging...
All the winners from our most competitive field yet
Charlotte Higgins / September 5, 2019
"Hyacinthus was struck, and died—but from the blood a lovely flower was born"
Despite strict prohibitions in law, the UK has taken advantage of torture on a significant scale. And now the commitment to an independent judicial inquiry has been dropped
Andy Davis / September 5, 2019
Investors can protect themselves against events by recalling a lesson of the financial crisis
Duncan Weldon / September 5, 2019
Trump wants to maintain a strong dollar and may take radical steps to that end
Rebecca Long-Bailey / September 5, 2019
Intervene in the economy to safeguard our future
Edward Davey / September 5, 2019
The Labour and Conservative approaches will fail. We need to make Britain the world’s green financial capital