UK

Our Glorious Unhead of State

The idea of an Australian republic is attractive to some, but there's a strong case for a humble head of state.

Harry Lehmann
Harry Lehmann
4 min read

The Young Elizabeth, Seen Through a Child’s Eyes

The diaries of Elizabeth’s wartime companion illustrates the special burdens faced by royalty—and Elizabeth’s fitness to bear them

Barbara Kay
Barbara Kay
12 min read

A Good Laugh

Farewell to the charm and sleaze of Boris Johnson.

John Lloyd
John Lloyd
7 min read

Shuttering the Tavistock

The closure of Britain’s scandal-plagued youth gender clinic could help protect distressed children from unnecessary medicalisation.

Bernard Lane
Bernard Lane
10 min read

Boris Beheaded

From restoration to regicide.

Robin Ashenden
Robin Ashenden
8 min read

How Social Justice Killed Anti-Racism

One of the early signs of trouble for the British anti-racism movement was a tweet sent by Lee Jasper in April 2013 [https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/04/07/lee-jasper-race-relations_n_3032829.html] , in which he declared that black people are incapable of being racist, and offered to publicly

Jerry Barnett
Jerry Barnett
11 min read

Vaccines and the Coronavirus Crank Crisis

Christopher J. Snowdon
Christopher J. Snowdon
16 min read

Standing Up to the Gender Ideologues: a Quillette Editorial

Quillette
Quillette
8 min read