segment_2=home spiked: humanity is underrated

Home
Mobile version
spiked plus
About spiked
What is spiked?
Support spiked
spiked shop
Contact us
Advertising
Summer school
Top issues
Abortion
Arab uprisings
British politics
Child abuse panic
Economy
Environment
For Europe, Against the EU
Free speech
Jimmy Savile scandal
Nudge
Obesity
Parents and kids
Population
USA
View all issues...
special feature
The Counter-Leveson Inquiry
other sections
 Letters
 Review of Books
 Monthly archive
selected authors
Duleep Allirajah
Daniel Ben-Ami
Tim Black
Jennie Bristow
Sean Collins
Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
Frank Furedi
Helene Guldberg
Patrick Hayes
Mick Hume
Rob Lyons
Brendan O’Neill
Nathalie Rothschild
James Woudhuysen
more authors...
RSS feed
Tuesday 4 August 2015 Home
Ella Whelan
Sexy Jezza will do little to help women
Jeremy Corbyn is siding with the worst of contemporary feminism.
Tom Slater
Lenny Bruce: the Dapper Laughs of his day
Nearly 50 years after Bruce’s death, ‘sick comedians’ are still in the firing line.

Rob Harries
The rage against Uber
In the war on cab apps, the public loses out.

Monday 3 August 2015
Rob Lyons
Ebola vaccine: a shot of human ingenuity


Frank Furedi
No, it’s not ‘just like slavery’
So-called modern slavery is more fiction than fact.

Brendan O’Neill
The Calais migrants and the moral bankruptcy of PC
Why some people are angrier about Cameron's words than his actions.

Friday 31 July 2015
Brendan O’Neill
‘Frankie Boyle has a right to offend anyone he wants’


Luke Terry
Fancy dress shouldn’t be a police matter


Michael Fitzpatrick
Giving science the finger
Alice Dreger’s new book makes too many concessions to snake-oil salesmen.

Duleep Allirajah
French Froome-haters aren’t that different to us
Cycling fans in France and football fans in Britain are united by Skyphobia.

Christian Butler
Inside Out: Pixar’s return to form


Thursday 30 July 2015
Neil Davenport
British police: enforcers of the therapeutic state


Henry Williams
How English libel laws dent free speech across the globe
A Russian case heard in London exposed the unjustness of our laws.

Luke Gittos
Kangaroo courts on campus: a legal travesty
Hearing sexual-assault claims in campus courts is a terrible idea.

Marcus Bateman
DC’s ‘scarlet letter’: a recipe for injustice


Rob Lyons
Ribena: the latest casualty in the war on sugar
Tesco’s ban will do nothing to satisfy public-health zealots.

Wednesday 29 July 2015
Luke Terry
Censorship is killing student stand-up


Tim Black
Once again, the Kurds are betrayed
Western support for Turkey's assault on the Kurds is a familiar treachery.

Jon Holbrook
The legal tyranny of gay marriage
When judges get to rule on political issues, the demos loses out.

Barry Curtis
Cecil the lion: hunting for outrage
Calm down, everyone – lion-hunting is good for Africa.

Irene Ogrizek
Truth, illusion and free speech online
Toronto’s Twitter trial reminds us that little on the internet is as it seems.

Tuesday 28 July 2015
Stefan Rhys-Williams
Fight for the right to disinherit!


Tom Slater
How egalitarianism became a microaggression
Refusing to believe in race is now treated as a form of racism.

Frank Furedi
Islamic State: built on the West’s cult of victimhood
The Western politics of identity is the fuel of modern jihadism.

Lauren Southern
White people: a bad racial group?
The MTV documentary White People makes sweeping racial generalisations.


for older articles visit our monthly archive  

 

3 August 2015
The Calais migrants and the moral bankruptcy of PC
21 July 2015
Even in America, You Can’t Say That!

21 June 2013:
Man of Steel, leaden film


28 June 2013:
Dispatches’ dirty little secret

In Association with Amazon.co.uk
Click here for Amazon USA site