Private Life reviewed
‘Don’t quote me. They would kill me’: A professor speaks about Brett Kavanaugh and #MeToo at Harvard
Is the Harvard Law campaign against Brett Kavanaugh opening the door to an inquisition that could lay waste to its senior faculty?
‘Tell ‘em Lindsey sent you!’ he squeaked, offering himself up like a human sacrifice on the altar of entertainment
The Prime Minister’s UN gambit exposes her as an unreliable, unsuitable partner
In conversation with Roger Scruton
I believe her
We could believe either Allen’s version or Farrow’s, but that would get us no closer to the truth, because neither is trustworthy and both are proven fantasists
Life’n’Arts podcast with the Brookings Institute fellow running for a seat on Yale’s board
The legendary tenor saxophonist died last weekend aged 91
‘The last thing we want is for us, the Brits, having made a momentous decision, to be drawn back into the tractor beam of Brussels.’
Electoral fraud in Botkyrka would have changed the result
There aren’t many situations in which identifying as a Jewish Latina immigrant socialist would give you a competitive advantage
Operation Finale reviewed
Cancelling the former White House strategist might win back the respect of New Yorker readers — but it won’t help in their quest to explore ‘Ideas’
The difference, as is invariably the case in American politics, is a matter of tone — not just skin colour, but also sex and generation, and generally in that order
The Bookshop reviewed
It would be worse, much worse
His relationship with the National Enquirer is coming to a head
Christopher Robin reviewed
Failure falls upwards.
Does more power lie with a president bound by checks and balances, or privately-owned media companies?
The Queen of Soul is dead — there is no plausible heir.