The Sphinx, the pyramids and churches are being ransacked by looters and Islamists
The discovery of 1,400 paintings in a Munich flat is only a fraction of a much bigger picture
Don’t delay — this is the year to visit the National Arboretum. Thanks to the long hours of sunlight we had this summer, followed by the cooler and shorter days… Read more
Abandoned by trendy urban Tories, the shires are in revolt — and heading for UKIP
If 'Sandhurst in the Sand' succeeds, it could be a revolutionary development
Every grave is a life. Ann Treneman shows you where to find the best plots
What is it that makes British males so frightened of feelings?
The government's solutions will fail because it can't grasp the scale of the problem, says our NHS whistleblower
So you're overeducated and underemployed — welcome to the world of the young urban failure
Whether it's Yes or No, there will be changes to taxes and land reform — so invest accordingly
Energy used to be a super-safe sector — but political interference has changed all that
They're actually wealth taxes, and wealth taxes are the last resort of a cash-strapped economy
Like music and publishing, finance is cutting out the middleman
Most Belgians of my acquaintance tend to be rather disparaging about Bruges. It’s a theme park, they say, a Flemish Disneyland. Antwerp is livelier, Ghent is more authentic. A lot… Read more
With crime rates plunging, the police are pouncing on innocents instead — and attacking freedom
If a wombat, a dog and a tiger snake can be friends during a bushfire, why can't politicians?
Already evicted, tortured and deprived of water, the bushmen face devastating new restrictions
The actress on her father's South Bank dream, politicians' paltry pay, and her vodka cure
High government spending increases unemployment and slows economic recovery
Why is it that some nations are moving forward on gay and women's rights, while others are moving backwards?
Not a seer, or a pioneer, or a free spirit — just a bore
I have spent a week of every winter of my life with my family in Zürs, a small village in Arlberg, Austria. It isn’t at all the most famous resort… Read more
Don't panic! The scientific consensus is that warmer temperatures do more good than harm