Features

Derek Pasquill, the Foreign Office whistleblower who leaked documents on its collusion with Islamists, now faces ruin

Now that the insurgency is cracking, the time has come for Nato to send more troops into the war zone to finish off the job

Sex-change treatment for children is abuse and some transsexuals regret having it

Britain’s arcane and illogical libel laws, litigious oligarchs and oil sheikhs have made it almost impossible to report the truth

The accusation that the Conservatives do not have a detailed programme to implement in government is completely untrue

The Tory party has lost its way. David Cameron’s surrender to the Left has deprived the electorate of any real choice of government

Historical events, finding a dusty old book or debates at the dinner table: anything can inspire a Nobel Laureate. So what makes an economist tick?

From Wales to Syria, fortresses are monuments to an age of chivalry — but some are only castles in the air

A newly discovered fragment casts light on the Biblical story of Abraham’s sacrifice of his son

The Chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks, tells Daniel Johnson why he now considers anti-Semitism a serious threat, but remains hopeful about the future of the Jews in Israel and the diaspora