Sacking Johnson is by far the best thing Howard has done since becoming leader
We do our best to measure our pleasure but somehow it’s lost in the post
Dirge for the decline and fall of the Western intelligentsia
What is the purpose of life?
Handover day in the City as Cazenove gives up its war of independence
The Prince of Wales and Paul Dacre have much in common
Autumn, grand despoiler of beauty, and truth-teller
Four moments of truth — two clear wins, one leap back, one road not taken
It’s that Florida 2000 feeling all over again
The Wages of Fear: The Next Generation
What next? Will Richard Desmond soon be lecturing us on declining moral standards?
The Great Presidential Stakes turns into a trillion-dollar handicap
Splendours and miseries of the man on the alabaster elephant
There isn’t enough dialogue between Islam and other faiths
A hung parliament looks a lot more likely than most media experts allow
Why might Dr O’Reilly want to sell 30 per cent of the Independent?
Why poor Mr Howard can’t get a good press, even from Tory newspapers
Ukip is mad, bad and nasty, and intends real harm
The coverage of the Iraq hostage crisis has been no victory for terrorism
In most big arguments, Britain and France are fated to be on opposite sides
What was so amazing about the invasion of the Commons? Nothing
The work of P.G. Wodehouse is immortal, but he was guilty of a moral lapse
Blair’s disdain for his colleagues could bring about his downfall