James Delingpole is officially the world’s best political blogger. (Well, that’s what the 2013 Bloggies said). Besides the Spectator, he is executive editor of Breitbart London and writes for Bogpaper.com and Ricochet.com.

Why Morocco is worth a rediscovery

Despite being a veteran of the African tourist trail, Morocco’s markets and mountains have enduring appeal.

27 Jun 2019

Game of Thrones: the final episode reviewed

“Happiness writes white.” Henry de Montherlant My least favourite part of Peter Jackson’s magisterial Lord of the Rings trilogy is…

21 May 2019

Game of Thrones: Episode 5 reviewed

“Evil men don’t get up in the morning saying ‘I’m going to do evil.’ They say ‘I’m going to make…

14 May 2019

Game of Thrones: Episode 4 reviewed

I spent the first ten minutes of Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4 sulking that the Night King and…

7 May 2019

Game of Thrones: Episode 3 reviewed

Something truly remarkable happened in Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 3: the massed armies of the undead besieged Winterfell,…

30 Apr 2019

Game of Thrones: Episode 2 reviewed

James Delingpole on why this dire episode could actually be a sign of great things to come

23 Apr 2019

Reviewed: Game of Thrones, season 8, episode 1

Game of Thrones is back and it feels like the first day at school after the long summer holidays – James Delingpole reviews episode 1

16 Apr 2019

Making Tax Digital – and more difficult: HMRC’s new ruse

Before I begin, I want to make it clear that I have nothing but respect for Her Majesty’s Revenue &…

2 Mar 2019

Meet the queens of cryptocurrency

James Delingpole on the women shaping a male-dominated industry

19 Sep 2018

Move over Bond – Kingsman are the real spy masters

The film franchise is perfect for those who miss the wit and eccentricity of old 007 movies

20 Sep 2017

Unlike father, unlike son: the Whitehalls’ double act

One’s crabby and conservative, while the other is genial and impeccably PC. No wonder Jack and his dad Michael make such compelling TV

20 Sep 2017

Seven games that will drastically improve your life

From Monopoly Cards to Carcassonne, these games will save you from boring holidays and dull guests

28 Dec 2016

High-end headphones: can you get away with such a monstrously selfish treat?

Your ears really do deserve something like these

3 Nov 2016
Alfie Allen in his original Thrones guise as Theon Greyjoy

My part’s already been chopped!

James Delingpole meets Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen

11 Jun 2016

Thrown to the wolves

Telling the truth can get you mauled, but that’s our job on the ‘rabid right’, says James Delingpole

23 Mar 2016

Cecil the Lion’s noble sacrifice

His shooting by an American dentist has reminded the world that big-game trophy hunting is essential for the survival of African wildlife

5 Dec 2015
Lotus has now made the car that featured in The Spy Who Loved Me a reality

Future Shop

Believe it or not, the concept of the future is a recent phenomenon. Sure, the past offers up one or…

30 Nov 2014
Max Irons as the likeable Miles

Buller Bull

Spoiler alert: the first five minutes of The Riot Club are so dreadful that you’ll wish you hadn’t gone. It…

20 Sep 2014

The big fat lie about cholesterol

In his latest Spectator column, James Delingpole looks at a gigantic scare that lasts for decades because the experts are too…

26 Jun 2014

Small audio dynamite

Not long ago, the Fawn came about as close as she ever has done to crossing the red line marked…

30 Nov 2013

The Write Stuff

Here’s what you should get your loved one for Christmas. 1. A nice fountain pen. 2. Philip Hensher’s The Missing…

1 Dec 2012