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Sunday 23 April 2017 Home
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‘Brexiteers cannot afford to sit this one out’
Brendan O'Neill on what is really at stake in the snap election.
Friday 21 April 2017
Norman Lewis
Brexit and the spirit of innovation
Ignore the Remoaners – Brexit lets us reimagine the future.

Patrick West
In defence of the stiff upper lip
The cult of introspection is the bane of modern life.

Tom Bailey
Rebel: Tory vs the establishment
Douglas Carswell’s book gives a refreshing take on the new elitism.

Thursday 20 April 2017
Ella Whelan
Labour doesn’t speak for the people
Brexit was people power in action – and Labour is terrified of it.

Brendan O’Neill
So what if Tim Farron thinks homosexuality is a sin?
The media’s interrogation of Farron’s soul is a despicable spectacle.

Luke Gittos
Who should decide the fate of children?
A High Court ruling on a sick baby's life raises troubling questions.

Christian Butler
How Prince Harry is failing the mentally ill
Treating everyday strife as mental illness does a disservice to the truly ill.

Wednesday 19 April 2017
Brendan O’Neill
Let the people speak: why spiked welcomes the snap election
This is a great opportunity to deepen the democratic spirit of Brexit.

Naomi Firsht
Mélenchon: the best chance for Frexit?
The left-wing presidential candidate has some good ideas.

Wendy Earle
Charging Bull v Fearless Girl
The public should decide what becomes of public art.

Tuesday 18 April 2017
Mick Hume
There are worse things than a Kelvin MacKenzie column... allowing Labour and the police to boss about the free press.

Joanna Williams
No, mothers are not making their daughters mentally ill
The obsession with girls’ mental health is enough to drive anyone round the bend.

Jacob Furedi
A mockery of democracy
The Turkish referendum was undemocratic from the start.

Monday 17 April 2017
Brendan O’Neill
Turkey needs some Brexit spirit to defeat Erdogan’s tyranny
From Brussels to Istanbul, elites are in revolt against democracy.

Tom Slater
Dave Chappelle in a humourless age
The revered comic’s Netflix specials have rankled the speech police.

Fraser Myers
Spice Zombies: another moral panic about drugs
It’s government crackdowns we should worry about, not Spiceheads.

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