It isn’t healthy to be told that you’re chewing gum on the sole of another country’s shoes
You can’t say that, you can’t read that, you can’t think that — a mantra which closes down discussion
They’ll be waiting for you on the dark side of the Moonface
Americans want to do whatever they feel like doing: what else are natural rights for?
The virus has driven everyone mad
Can Donald Trump survive in an America where you can’t order a hamburger?
Why, if the FBI had concluded that Flynn was not guilty of collusion with the Russian, were two agents sent to lure him into a perjury trap?
The marital relations adviser provides a packet of dildos arranged, like spanners, in ascending size order
There is no scientific truth to COVID-19, as yet — and perhaps never will be
Estimates of mortality range between a third and two-thirds of all the inhabitants
Only the infectious would have to be kept at home
I have some good advice about some things you might want to drink after you have gathered with one or two appropriate friends
...he is an idiot
Life in the age of COVID-19 is connected but unconnected
The Celestial Hunter by Roberto Calasso reviewed
The key to our longevity is that The Spectator is unique; it dares to be different
Rushdie on fathers, fictions and fatwas
The media will be scouring the land for Trump fans injecting disinfectant
The divide between the professional and servant classes has never been more stark
There is something smug and averse about people in masks — but better smug and averse than dead, I suppose
Along comes a crisis that offers a Conservative government a historic chance to show that they care
As I grow older I am gladder and gladder for people who keep firing off in style, whatever the incoming flack
There’s been much talk of the spirit of the Blitz, but there’s something of the spirit of East Berlin, too
The 14-page ‘coalition agreement’ sounds less like Gantz’s roadmap to power and more like a political suicide note, written for him by Netanyahu