Magazine

Investigating the assassination of a Maltese journalist has been a masterclass in legal ping-pong

Worries about “fake news” miss the point. Suspicious behaviour and flimsy identities are what matter

Civilians talk of “military efficiency”. We soldiers know better

Talk of hybrid war tends to overlook a simple reality: the Cold War may have technically ended, but the main authoritarian regimes born of it have retained their revolutionary essence

Britain is under attack from Russia. And the government is blocking a Parliamentary report that details it

Britain’s greedy and cynical political class is colluding with our enemies

Christmas can be a bleak time of year. While some feel isolated, others are overwhelmed by the need for a perfect family Yuletide when their reality is different

‘When I was at the BBC, the cliché was that we left our politics at the door. It appeared not to need saying that other aspects of your personal identity should also be left at the door’

The Oxford police are busy with a hate crime: stickers that define “woman” as an “adult human female”