Liberate the Lords: The House should elect itself
The prosecution of those known to have paid for child pornography won't discourage every paedophile - but it is a start.
Jail is not the answer: the prisons are grotesquely full, and the last thing to do is make them even fuller
There can be no valid reason for anyone to want to clone a human being
A speedy round-up of the year's news
Milk and sympathy: NestlZ should be praised, not boycotted
A speedy round-up of the week's news ÃŠ
Spectators for Africa: No change in Africa will be lasting unless it is accompanied by intellectual conviction
Speak for England: One of Dr Williams's tasks will be to convey the richness of the Church of England to a wider audience
Brown's black hole: five and a half years into the job, it is far from clear what Gordon's great long-term strategy is
Set Oxbridge free: the universities should no longer stand for government control
Hugh Massingberd ‘It is difficult’, writes A. N. Wilson in The Victorians (Hutchinson, £25), ‘for me to conceive of a…
Let Turkey in: If Turkey cannot turn to Europe, in what direction can it turn?
Rupert Christiansen How embarrassing. The authors of the four books I have most relished this year – Nicola Shulman’s elegant…
If there is one matter of concern about MI5 to have come out of the Shayler case, it is that the organisation employed him at all