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Monday 27 April 2015 Home
Worldbytes
Question dine: the election and chips
Brendan O’Neill
Are you now or have you ever been a climate contrarian?
The fury over Bjorn Lomborg Down Under confirms the intolerance of greens.

Tim Black
Ben Affleck: a slave to identity politics
From multiculturalists to feminists, too many think that we are defined by our inheritance.

Joanna Williams
Why not let kids walk home alone?
The case of the Meitiv children shows how little adults trust each other.

Saturday 25 April 2015
Brendan O’Neill
Kick the cops out of the election campaign
The investigation of Jim Wells is the behaviour of a police state.

Friday 24 April 2015
Elsa Makouezi
Teaching girls to be helpless


Tom Slater
Rugby lads: the last of the campus rebels
The ban on the LSE rugby club summed up the new campus McCarthyism.

Duleep Allirajah
We’ll tweet what we want
Football fans need to kick back against the social-media police.

Neil Davenport
The PC terror of the Twittermob
Jon Ronson finds something nasty lurking in the eye of the Twitterstorm.

Thursday 23 April 2015
Brendan O’Neill
The black hole where the election ought to be
The UK election is a sham. It’s time for a whole new politics.

Ella Whelan
‘Labour is now a corporate middle‑class party’
Ella Whelan talks to Nigel Farage and Will Scobie in Thanet.

Rob Lyons
Food banks: time for a bit of perspective


Jamie Palmer
The real victim of ‘rape culture’? Free speech
As the Christina Hoff Sommers furore shows, too many students can’t handle debate.

Wednesday 22 April 2015
Rob Harries
Women and chess: selling humanity Short


Patrick West
Stop taking Twitter death threats seriously
Self-styled victims of Twitter trolling like Jack Monroe need to get out more.

Neil Ross
Happy Human
Footprint Day!

Forget Earth Day – it’s time to celebrate humanity’s impact on the planet.

Tim Black
The truth about the SNP surge
Sturgeon is the beneficiary of the collapse of traditional politics.

Alex Standish
The Anthropocene: a manmade epoch
An anti-human agenda lies behind the advocacy of a new geological epoch.

Tuesday 21 April 2015
Christopher Beckett
The loneliness of the long-terrified youngsters


Brendan O’Neill
Let them in
We shouldn’t demonise or infantilise African migrants. We should welcome them.

Lloyd Evans
The sex trade: let men have their say!
Feminists are not the best people to ask about curbing prostitution and porn.


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