Self, a notorious purveyor of obtuse English, attacks the master of clarity for – yes – his clarity
What has England become when a father hiking with his son is suspected of being a 'sexual predator'?
Tom Wolfe is up for the year's least-wanted literary prize but Rowling's erotic prose judged not bad enough
Critics praise 'fresh and innovative' list, but the favourites are familiar names
Opinion Digest: Hodgson's unlikely promotion, how London is sucking England dry and the Long Depression
Not the fascist BNP or far left radicals, argues Will Self, but men and women of probity
In fiddling their expenses, MPs are continuing a long tradition. The effect on our democracy of cleaning up would be incalculable
James Purnell is betraying the public good by attacking the Chief Medical Officer’s proposals for curbing alcohol abuse