It is striking to find the Spectator writers who later became famous
What’s it like being quarantined with Rod Liddle or Lionel Shriver?
What is it about loud American women that makes men like Charlie Glass and myself, two fairer-sex-obsessed males, wince?
Spectator contributors choose their favorite titles of 2019
The concluding volume of Charles Moore’s life of Margaret Thatcher is – as its predecessors are – a triumph
Margaret Thatcher: The Authorized Biography, Volume Three: Herself Alone by Charles Moore reviewed
Having resigned from the cabinet only six weeks ago, I may find myself out of what remains of my job in six weeks’ time