Trump is determined to crush the Islamic State. He should beware: what comes next could be worse
We’re being encouraged to see normal emotions as ‘stress’. It’s driving us crazy
If you want to know what Britain would be like under Labour, just take a look at brutalised, devastated Venezuela
Why do the famous pay people to make them even more famous?
I’ve got it. But you may never see it
Why does it make people angry that I don’t want to?
We don’t need to put our names on everything we buy
The girl who posed for Auguste Rodin’s figure of Eve on the ‘Gates of Hell’ was, the sculptor said, a…
Whether it’s liberal reforms with Macron or nationalism with Le Pen, the French seem about to vote for radical change. That doesn’t mean they’ll get it
Sajid Javid on the green belt, Brexit and Ayn Rand
The new, supposedly fairer process puts the choice in fewer hands
Feminists are picking on the wrong toy
Henry, our springer spaniel, has died, suddenly and prematurely. With the passing weeks, we are becoming accustomed to the strange…
How to keep your head amid the craziness
Remembering Alexander Chancellor, the man who revitalised The Spectator
Every week, there are more massacres of Nigeria’s Christians – so why is nobody interested?
Did Winston Churchill, like Donald Trump, also like to ‘grab them by the pussy?’ Last week at the Jaipur Literary…
Tatler is turning its back on an irreplaceable word
British placenames are so good you can read the map for entertainment rather than navigation. Hardington Mande-ville, Bradford Peverell, Carlton…
With the rise of Geert Wilders, the long Dutch tradition of liberalism is at risk of destroying itself