James Baresel on the depravity and barbarism of the emperors

Abby Johnson is inspiring others to leave the industry, says Charlie Hegarty

Quentin de la Bédoyère hails a neglected hero of physics

In a secular age, art films are haunted by Christianity, argues Sebastian Cody

Thelma Lovell applauds an attack on NHS bean counters

This exhaustive study of a single artwork is gloriously eccentric

Michael Duggan on Shakespeare and gunfights on the streets of Dublin

James Baresel on an unlikely last stand for the exiled Stuart dynasty

A controversial biologist thinks so, says Michael White. But I’m not convinced