Features

Newly-revealed FBI documents portray the great civil rights leader as a sexual libertine who ‘laughed’ as a forcible rape took place

A top-class domestic competition on free-to-air TV could rescue a fragmented sport marginalised by a series of disastrous decisions

Tattoo art is becoming alarmingly skilled and prevalent. What does its ascent from the marginalised to the middle classes signify?

My old history teacher was a byword for political incorrectness yet was loved by his pupils. Would he survive in today’s harsher world?

Mindfulness is all the rage, from big corporations to the NHS. Is it a panacea for many societal problems or just a short-lived fad?

Milton Friedman and James Buchanan have been accused of giving support to Pinochet, but Friedrich Hayek has far more to answer for

A failure to heed conservative values of pragmatism and restraint has led to chaotic infighting at the expense of competence and statecraft

Behind the schoolgirl climate warrior lies a shadowy cabal of lobbyists, investors and energy companies seeking to profit from a green bonanza

The country is orderly, prosperous and well-governed, but poisonous infighting has resulted in a chaotic prime ministerial merry-go-round

The sacking of the conservative philosopher Sir Roger Scruton from his public sector job is another blow against viewpoint diversity