The UK’s relationship with the Continent has always been fraught. But history shows there is no neat answer to where Britain belongs

Corbyn and Trump supporters are more alike than they think: both legitimise hatred in defence of the cause, but dread the enemy within

Think-tanks such as the Institute of Economic Affairs once shaped the political agenda. But their successors have failed on today’s big issues

The authors of the most successful academic “hoax” of recent years explain just how to persuade learned journals to accept nonsense

Despite the demise of the doyen of British sportswriters, reports of the demise of  sports journalism have surely been exaggerated — for now

Radicals want to reintroduce predators to the British countryside. It would be wiser to learn more about the wildlife we already have

What lies behind the troubling rise in gender dysphoria among teenagers? And should we separate the “T” from LGBT?

‘All my life I have been accused of being masculine. “You’re really a man, aren’t you?” one particularly unpleasant ex-boyfriend joked.’

It may be time for the government to consider an all-out ban on online pornography, or at the very least health warnings on hardcore websites

Our founding editor looks back on a decade in which Standpoint sought to uphold the highest political and cultural values