Issue: April 2012

Cameron Should Scrap His Tired Old Script

The Prime Minister acts like a figure from the era of Clinton and Blair. Their style of politics is dead and he needs a new one

The Real Marriage Problem

'We all — all classes, races and genders of every sexual persuasion — have a stake in restoring the authority of marriage, because our civilisation depends on it'

Good Idea, Bad PR

With Steve Hilton on sabbatical in California, it's high time Cameron ditched the Big Society.

Money Talks

Occupy protestors rightly identify the City's failings, but, as Terry Smith points out, the market itself is not the enemy.

Perishing Publishers

As publishers charge more for journals, academics are beginning to feel short-changed.

From Krupp to Aldi

A new history of the Krupps and their firm is a reminder of their murky wartime record.

Finns’ Baton Charge

Now Sakari Oramo is cheif conductor at the BBC Symphony Orchestra, many fear a Scandinavian supremacy in British music.

O Lucky Man

Gary Player famously said "the more I practice the luckier I get". But does this sporting adage work for politicians?

Hackgate Debate

Daisy Waugh listens in on the great debate on phone hacking.

An autumn note

“For many, the end of this uneasy year cannot come quickly enough”

An ordinary killing

Ian Cobain’s book uses the killing of Millar McAllister to paint a meticulous portrait of the Troubles

Greater—not wiser

John Mullan elucidates the genius of Charles Dickens
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