Kenneth Minogue

Kenneth Minogue

UKIP have challenged the internationalist assumptions of the political elite. Will they succeed?

England no longer expects every man to do — or even to know — his duty, and corruption is creeping into our moral culture

Healthy societies have an inbuilt sense of how things are and ought to be. But we have abandoned common sense, integrity and virtue

The demise of the professions is having a profound impact, starting with the disappearance of integrity in public life

The spread of political ‘compassion’ has led to the breakdown of family and school discipline. The results have been catastrophic

Kenneth Minogue recalls the great Anglo-Iraqi scholar who was both amused and outraged by the folly of intellectuals