The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Memory can be fickle
In Washington, where the levers of legislative power significantly change hands every two years, memory can be fickle. It would be unfortunate, therefore, if Nancy Pelosi — the dominant public face of the Democratic Party’s success in last week’s Ame...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Little time left
Sir — The former president of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, has been sentenced to death for his crimes aga ...  | Read.. 
Late night parties seem to be ending in nightmares more and more frequently in India’s big cities, particularly for those who...| Read.. 
Surveillance is a cold and untrusting word. It belongs to an entirely different universe from words like classroom, playgroun...| Read.. 
Difficult Question
Funny things, plurals. Two weeks ago, I was lamenting the way a few are misused as singular nouns. But a host of singular nou...  | Read.. 
Happiness is more than hugging a hoodie
In the last week of October, a “Battle of Ideas” — organized by the Institute of Ideas — was held at the Royal College of Music in London. The topicality of such a battle in c...  | Read.. 
Every person is destroyed when we cease to see him; after which his next appearance is a new creation, different from that which immediately preceded it, if not from them all. — MARCEL PROUST