David Starkey

Archaic views of men like Starkey show us there is clearly much to learn about Britain’s sinister past, Nadine Batchelor-Hunt writes.
Cambridge University has withdrawn a fundraising video featuring historian David Starkey after staff and students complained
As The Queen becomes our longest-reigning monarch today, historian David Starkey has sparked debate by repeating his belief
Historian David Starkey has defended comparing the SNP to the Nazis and insisted there are "striking" similarities between
Never one to stay quiet for too long, David Starkey has provoked outrage by comparing the SNP to the Nazis. In an interview
The always humble David Starkey shouted down a human rights lawyer on the Today programme this morning by claiming: "I"m
Ethnic minority groups and disabled people should not "assume the status of victim", according to historian David Starkey
David Starkey's appearance on Question Time this week stunned many as the historian subjected the audience in Lincoln to
Historian David Starkey has insisted on BBC Question Time that a 16 year old pupil could "groom" a 44 year old teacher, in
Controversial historian David Starkey plumbed new depths on Question Time when he said that violence, not consent, should
David Starkey has once again found himself at the centre of controversy after he called Princess Anne a horse-like following
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David Starkey has once again found himself at the centre of controversy after saying that group of Asian men jailed for the
Historian Dr David Starkey has compared Scottish first minister Alex Salmond to Nazi German leader Adolf Hitler. "If you
The aftermath of the riots that spread across the UK in late summer was much more than just the burnt out buildings and houses, the emotional distress or the job losses - it was also the fingers of blame pointed and name calling by the media and politicians alike.
What does X factor, the SNP and this summer's riots have in common? It's that they force the English to look at themselves and to point to a new English identity that is not in any part British.
This weekend is the semi-final of the X-Factor, and while there's one contestant standing head and shoulders above the others, if I were a betting lady, I'd put money on Misha B being in the bottom two again. Britain, it seems, has a problem voting for the best act, and I'm calling it racist.
Despite what Ed Miliband thinks, August's riots were not the poor equivalent of what Cameron and Boris Johnson got up to at the Bullingdon Club. Cameron has struggled to live up to the Old Tory image.
It seems BBC Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis has decided to rise above Dr David Starkey’s attempts to goad her into a reaction