Quentin Letts

Jeremy Corbyn’s economic policies might sound daft – but he radiates rebellion. Photo: Getty

Corbyn dares to be different – why don’t other MPs?

22 September 2018 9:00 am

One of the better plays at the National Theatre in recent weeks has been about a 21st-century banker, Judy, who…

Racism and the RSC: why I was a sitting duck for the arts mob

21 April 2018 9:00 am

Our ducks are back. Two wild mallard have spent the last five springs on the brook which gurgles past us…

New world order

16 December 2017 9:00 am

  Old establishment New establishment Order of the Garter BBC Sports Personality of the Year Parliament’s Woolsack The Supreme Court…

Order, order! In the Commons, you are where you sit

16 December 2017 9:00 am

Diet nannies will spend Christmas telling us ‘you are what you eat’ but in the House of Commons ‘you are…

What makes a cad (and why this was such a good year for them)

12 December 2015 9:00 am

Now that former Central Office favourite Mark Clarke has been banned for life from the Conservative party, he could pursue…

Quentin Letts’s Diary: An apology to the BBC journos who, thanks to me, are being sent away for re-education

5 December 2015 9:00 am

First, an apology. Thanks to me, all journalists at BBC Radio’s ethics and religion division are being sent for indoctrination…

I know just the vicar for my parish church. Pity he’s fictional

21 March 2015 9:00 am

For cheap laughs you should look at the situations vacant column of the Church Times — pages of jobs for…

The charming little airport that ruins thousands of holidays

10 January 2015 9:00 am

Horror films occasionally use the device of the deceptive idyll. An apparently restful place — a clearing in the woods,…

Quentin Letts: Why hymns are the true voice of England

14 December 2013 9:00 am

When all seems too gloomy to endure, I take myself up to the British Camp in the Malverns, there among…