Michael Pinto-Duschinsky

Michael Pinto-Duschinsky

In the US and Canada, rules have been tightened to prevent electoral fraud. Britain should follow suit, starting with the abuse of postal votes

The Yale historian Timothy Snyder’s advocacy of a new Cold War has led him to use the Shoah as a tool of contemporary politics

Sarah Helm’s powerful “biography” of Ravensbruck gathers vital testimony from the camp’s survivors

The government now has an opportunity to reform our human rights laws — but progress will be tricky

Tony Atkinson’s book on inequality has strong moral convictions but fails to address the top end of the scale

Unfair constituency boundaries, inaccurate voting registers and non-enforcement of electoral law are a threat to our democracy

Britain’s most significant Holocaust historian, and Churchill’s biographer

As the world honours the last survivors of the Shoah, it is time to tell the truth about post-war UK collaboration with Nazi perpetrators

The Taste of Ashes by Marci Shore is a history typical of a modern, intellectual “non-Jewish” Jew, which downplays the impact of the Holocaust

A tribute to a great historian, whose range of achievements dwarfs those of his academic critics