We still have plenty to learn from the father of English literature and former MP, argues William Cash
Why Thomas Becket’s murder 850 years ago remains a cautionary tale for special advisers today, says William Cash
British espionage writer John le Carré has died aged 89. William Cash reflects on his legacy
Catering for the top man in the White House? You can give René Redzepi the night off– Mr Trump’s tastes are as basic as his politics
Adam Solomon on why Munich’s Bayerischer Hof is Merkel’s favourite power summit hotel
Contemporary, quirky and classic, William Cash reviews the Hotel Amigo – a converted 16th-century prison with an award-winning Italian restaurant.
The ongoing cull of political cartoonists by national newspapers has triggered new conversations about the status of this idiosyncratic art form.
William Cash sets out the case for a new seaside tsar and what needs to be done to reverse the decline of our coastal towns
Faced with a £200m revenue shortfall and under fire for dumbing down its role as a cultural institution, the beloved heritage organisation must not damage its reputation irrevocably
The acclaimed author of 15 novels, including Any Human Heart, debates how seismic events make their way into storytelling
Fresh from writing an account of Theresa May’s time in Downing Street, the historian finds time to talk about the state of the nation – and other matters.
The Establishment has been wrong before, notes Tim Congdon. Is it so crazy, he asks, to think that it might be wrong again?
Christopher Jackson meets the Harley Street surgeon whose busts of world leaders are winning him friends in high places.
William Cash considers Boris Johnson’s Christmas break in Mustique and finds a prime minister’s choice of holiday location to be highly revealing.