Features

Our national broadcaster is on course for financial self-destruction and viewers no longer trust it to be impartial. Boris must rescue it

The point of departure for condemned French Jews was the banal banlieue of Drancy, outside Paris

The Conservatives may be in government, but the influence of the censorious trans lobby is growing not abating

The woes of “detransitioners” are a warning: treating children with gender dysphoria is riskier than zealots admit

The writer’s paeans for a nation at war are perpetuating a dangerous idea—that English exceptionalism makes extremism impossible

The Vatican’s new pact with the Communists seems to have bought the pontiff’s silence at the expense of millions of betrayed Catholics

A diminished, secular Britain means that the next coronation will not match the majesty and mystery of the last

The London Library exemplifies the best of the capital’s literary life and history

If the country’s great collections are to be saved from the illogic of left-wing groupthink, we must find a new type of thinker

The maverick philosopher, who has died at 75, was a conservative outlier, respected but ignored by the Tory party