Fraser Nelson is the editor of The Spectator. He is also a columnist with The Daily Telegraph, a member of the advisory board of the Centre for Social Justice and the Centre for Policy Studies.

I’ll miss the magic of the high street shop

The artistry and wonder of physical shops could soon be lost.

3 Nov 2020

Will schools have learnt the lessons of lockdown?

My 12-year-old’s school offered a digital timetable and pace of teaching just as ambitious as it was pre-lockdown

3 Sep 2020

How to survive the Eleven Plus: a parents’ foolproof guide

Easy ways to stop you – and your child – from feeling the strain

4 Sep 2019

It’s not just Poland. UK ambulance chiefs have considered hiring paramedics from China

Déjà lu is a symptom that affects all Spectator subscribers after a while: the feeling that, when reading the newspapers,…

24 Dec 2014

If David Cameron wants seven-day GP clinics, he’ll need market reform

Today, David Cameron will pledge that if he’s re-elected he’ll give everyone access to a family doctor seven days a…

30 Sep 2014

Primogeniture Chic

If David Cameron seems at his most impassioned when praisingBritish entrepreneurs, it’s because he has two women very clearly in…

31 Mar 2012