Emails seem easy-going, but we’re using them for lots of work messages too
Meghan’s views, sans title and sans husband, would not feature in an influential magazine
Her views on the Constitution really shouldn’t scare the horses
Trump knows if you focus on creating jobs, it makes the political issues an awful lot more manageable
The sense that no matter what the government, things would remain the same made for dull politics, but gave Ireland a certain psychological stability
Mr Macron now has to find a way to evade the consequences of his idiot exercise
In the fight against disease, optimism is not misplaced
What exactly might their ‘progressive new role’ within the monarchy be?
A lot of children’s literature today is horribly right-on
Not just ‘Christian groups’ will feel repugnance at this actual Halloween horror
Don’t fiddle with scripture; just try to explain what it says
The mayor of London has lost it
The former Foreign Secretary is currently between wives
A new showcase gives us the real Tolkien – not his awful legacy
If the baby is so cute, she deserves, I’d say, to live. She deserves not to be killed in utero
Are Erdogan’s efforts to apprehend members of the Gulenist movement really so different from what the Saudis are alleged to have done?
If you don’t conform to the programme, you’re Not One of Us
The late Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor has been smeared
Feminists will be lining up to prevent the appointment of the Catholic mother of seven.
The debate has been characterised as a step into the 21st century – but the reality is far from it.
The less we hear about the Royal family, the better. With Meghan and Harry, this is exactly the reverse of what we’ll get.
Happy now? The US-led air strikes against Syrian bases, notably chemical weapons storage facilities, near Damascus and Homs and reportedly…