The key to our longevity is that The Spectator is unique; it dares to be different
Julie said if she ever saw me in the Groucho Club again, she’d stab me with her nail file
It anchored me and gave my playboy life a sense of purpose
As I grow older I am gladder and gladder for people who keep firing off in style, whatever the incoming flack
It is striking to find the Spectator writers who later became famous
What’s it like being quarantined with Rod Liddle or Lionel Shriver?
No one is safe from the scalpel — not even the magazine itself
He was the ideal role model for a newly urban and commercial society
Advertising, like tabloid journalism, is as eternally relevant as the works of Shakespeare
The conflict between tech bros and journos rages on
The ‘menace to American conservatism’ recommends NR articles to the press corps
The antics of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have never seemed more utterly irrelevant
Now they’ve left the royal family, Meghan and Harry want to change their terms of engagement with the media to Hollywood rules
We desperately need new scripts, new stories that will provide a realistic, non-catastrophic sense of where we should be going
The Times feels more loyalty to failing global institutions than to the Americans who buy its newspapers
Good cop, bad cop...then back to work?
The British have bought the lockdown hook, line and non-thinker
It took the New York Times 19 days to cover the Biden accuser’s allegations
America needs ‘transparency’ from its government. It doesn’t need the daily Punch-and-Judy shows
Sorry to deflate your hopes, Trump fans
By charmlessly siding with Joe Biden, she’s signed #MeToo’s death warrant
Who actually thinks rural Americans are breaking quarantine for sport rather than necessity?
They can’t see anything beyond a reflexive need to oppose Donald Trump