Gladstone and his Victorian Liberals still offer a great insight into the UK's divisions.
Why do modern Britons still find it so hard to acknowledge their revolutionary past?
Richard Weight reassesses Quentin Bell’s 1951 article on the morality of fashion, which anticipated the enormous social and stylistic changes of the 1960s.
Keith Robbins reviews a new book discussing what it means to be British in the 20th century.
Richard Weight charts how the threat from Hitler galvanised opinion-formers into embracing a past and culture they had previously scorned.