‘The Obama campaign will be touted as “historic,” and how do you run against history?’
Northern Europeans are tying themselves in knots about patriotism and identity politics
A new play, The English Game, brings social issues alive by creating characters, not mouthpieces
Far from sending out subliminal religious messages, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is an uncomplicated adaptation of a children’s classic
Claims that Kosovo is a nest of radical Islam are baseless
In the second in our series on religion and public life, a leading Dominican theologian argues that only a recovery of the Judeo-Christian tradition can enable Islam to find its place in Britain
Most of us, thankfully, still have relatively little direct experience of violent crime, although everyone but the most sheltered now suffers death by a thousand anti-social cuts, and the implicit threat they carry.
The Left has lost its monopoly, but new political plays like Brenton’s Never So Good still reveal a tin ear for language