Orpheus goes down in style at the National Theatre, says TIM WALKER
MIC WRIGHT on James McClean and those seeking to enforce what should be an individual act of remembrance.
Rachel Johnson on the Mail and why Boris won’t be getting a Christmas card for Bob Geldof.
The royal family is a rock – and it has some pretty unsavoury things beneath it. But it is changing and the Duchess of Sussex is helping achieve that
The campaign for a People’s Vote has been transformed by the Labour Party, says ZOE WILLIAMS. But now we need to start making a new Remain case
As recovery from the war continued, a new era of individualism and hedonism was already on the horizon. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports
CHARLIE CONNELLY takes you through the fascinating life of environmentalist, Petra Kelly.
In JAMES BALL’s most recent Deconstructed, he takes aim at a Tory party divided by a doomed obsession with Brexit ahead of their party conference in Birmingham.
We’re winning this, writes MITCH BENN, and Brexit will ultimately meet its Waterloo.
As Ann Widdecombe vents about modern feminists’ need for special priveleges, RACHEL JOHNSON reveals all about Dartmoor’s Boudicca’s snowflake tendencies.
Labour are losing the battle to control the national conversation while the Tories continue their inevitable march into Brexit chaos, writes Michael White.
Lili Elbe: December 28, 1882 – September 13, 1931
Labour leader flounders as zealots keep of agenda on left and right
TIM WALKER reviews Little Shop of Horrors at Regent’s Park Theatre
The English Renaissance took music into new directions and saw that emergence of a tune which still echoes down the ages. Sophia Deboick reports.
Jeremy Corbyn’s most vocal fan is going to extreme lengths to defend his idol from Labour’s anti-Semitism crisis. DAVID PAXTON analyses his increasingly-tortured logic.
TIM WALKER on the plays that show nothing ever changes in politics.
The failure of the European cause in Britain has many fathers, says PETER MILLAR, including some who might seem to be among ‘the good guys’.
Former UKIP official and self-proclaimed ‘gammon’ GAWAIN TOWLER on why the left’s latest insult might leave it with egg on its face.
Nigel Farage’s market value as a speaker would appear to be plummeting as rapidly as UKIP’s standing in the polls.
Young men are railing against the unfairness of the womenfolk of the world’s refusal to have sex with them. MITCH BENN sends them a public message.
We need to lighten up and stop being scared of changing our voting system, says EMMA JONES. It can’t be worse the iniquities of the current one
A fixation on Donald Trump means we’re overlooking an even more profound threat facing the United States. In an epic essay ALBERT SCARDINO explains how this has come to pass
WILLIAM DRY is the co-founder of a new youth group determined to harness the power of a generation which feels cheated by Brexit. He explains how it can apply pressure in critical ways.
PAUL GREGG, one of those to resign from the government’s social mobility commission recently, gives his own reasons for the decision.
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of a series of important votes this year. Here is a list of the events organised across Britain in the coming weeks and months.