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Thursday 30 June 2016 Home
Phil Mullan
Brexit: from Project Fear to Project Hysteria
The economic doom-mongers really need to calm down.
Frank Furedi
Revolt of the Others
Britain is effectively Two Nations, and one has just risen up.

Tim Black
How the elite weaponised immigration
Using migrants to push multiculturalism has been a disaster.

Duleep Allirajah
England: still bang average
The Iceland defeat was one of the most humiliating yet.

Tom Bailey
Podemos: treating the people as playthings
This ivory-tower party has no connection with ordinary Spaniards.

Wednesday 29 June 2016
Brendan O’Neill
Brexit: this was a vote against bigotry, not for it
The people have rebelled against the bigotry of the elites.

Tom Slater
The 2,000-year, ongoing fight for democracy
From Plato to post-Brexit Britain, democracy has always been in peril.

Joanna Williams
After Brexit: academics need to get out more
The referendum has revealed how closed-minded academia has become.

Tuesday 28 June 2016
Brendan O’Neill
Yes, this is a crisis: a brilliant crisis packed with possibility
Be not afraid of Brexit: it is a wonderful moment for rethinking society.

Luke Gittos
Britain has not become racist overnight
The post-Brexit ‘hate-crime spike’ is not all that it seems.

Ella Whelan
After the referendum, the ugly scourge of ageism
Hating old people has become a socially acceptable prejudice.

Blair Spowart
The SNP’s attack on democracy
The Scottish are part of the British demos, and should respect its decisions.

Monday 27 June 2016
Tom Slater
The battle for democracy starts here
We must defend democracy against an elite furious with the referendum result.

Tim Black
After the vote, the implosion of the political class
The referendum exposed the chasm between politicians and people.

Jennie Bristow
Remain voters, quit the granny-bashing
All of us, not just the under-25s, must engage in the future of politics.

Saturday 25 June 2016
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‘This is our Magna Carta moment’
We discuss Brexit, Cliff Richard and Tate Modern.

Friday 24 June 2016
Brendan O’Neill
Brexit: a brilliant revolt against the political class
The referendum result exposes the chasm between them and us.

Patrick West
In praise of dead white males
Freud, Marx and Nietzsche continue to shape our world.

Terri Murray
A blasphemy trial for today
John Osborne’s play about George Holyoake, the last man to stand trial for blasphemy in England, continues to resonate.


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