‘I believe that in all circumstances I behaved reasonably and legally’
This is about whether an individual has the right to do what he believes to be right for his family or not
There is no scientific truth to COVID-19, as yet — and perhaps never will be
There’s been much talk of the spirit of the Blitz, but there’s something of the spirit of East Berlin, too
It is striking to find the Spectator writers who later became famous
What’s it like being quarantined with Rod Liddle or Lionel Shriver?
The more curious aspect of Russia paranoia is that it ends up achieving precisely what Putin wants
A new report declares the current British electorate the most volatile in modern times
There is little expectation that the two sides will enter ‘the tunnel’ anytime soon
Both stand on an anti-politics, anti-establishment platform
After losing his majority, what does the British prime minister really want?
Boris Johnson has long been reluctant to entertain the possibility as a likely outcome
No. 10’s direct influence extends across every Whitehall department, thanks to Dominic Cummings’s direction of every adviser
Even if the EU believes Boris on no deal, it might not budge
Channel 4 has released the trailer for its new Brexit drama – and Mary Wakefield is struck by how good the performances are