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Wednesday 25 April 2018 Home
Mick Hume
How did Britain end up at No40 on the world press-freedom rankings?
The 2018 World Press Freedom Index shows we have a fight on our hands
Fraser Myers
Trans intolerance is out of control
Feminists are being physically prevented from even discussing transgenderism.

Ella Whelan
Making a mockery of the suffragists
Many of those cheering the Millicent Fawcett statue don’t really believe in democracy.

Tuesday 24 April 2018
Tim Black
It isn’t America vs Assad – it’s America vs Iran
US meddling in Syria is really aimed at Tehran.

Luke Gittos
Syria is a moral problem, not a legal one
Judging every military act in legal terms is just moral evasion.

Emily Dinsmore
Leave pregnant women alone
Officialdom should stop policing pregnant women’s lifestyles.

Monday 23 April 2018
Brendan O’Neill
The Windrush fallout has shattered every Remainer prejudice
British people don’t hate migrants. They simply want some say on migration.

Andrew Doyle
Now it’s a crime to quote rap lyrics?
Censorship in Britain is out of control.

Hugo Brundin
The lesson of Sweden? Defend free speech
Stifling open debate about migration is a terrible mistake.

Friday 20 April 2018
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‘I was called human scum just for criticising #MeToo’
Katie Roiphe on the ‘weird energy’ and censorious rage of Twitter-feminism.

Tom Slater
The problem with Kendrick Lamar winning the Pulitzer
It isn’t for high-culture awards judges to confer legitimacy on hip-hop.

Fraser Myers
The Square: a vicious satire on the new elite
Ruben Ostlund’s film brilliantly pricks the pretensions of Europe’s cultural set.

Thursday 19 April 2018
Ella Whelan
The real scandal of the Ulster Rugby rape trial
Punishing men who were found not guilty makes a mockery of justice.

Brendan O’Neill
The Lords’ vote for a customs union is a vile assault on democracy
Unelected peers are engaged in an elitist revolt against the masses.

Tara McCormack
Syria, The Times and free speech
Why did the newspaper attack me for questioning the government?

Ben Elliott
Annihilation: a shimmering sci‑fi fairytale
Alex Garland’s Netflix film leaves the viewer with plenty to ponder.

Wednesday 18 April 2018
Fraser Myers
The People’s Vote: a parody of democracy
Jean-Luc Picard may want a second referendum – but the public don’t.

Rob Lyons
Another boozy scare story
Those extra few pints won’t take years off your life.

Hardeep Singh
We need to talk about Muslim anti‑Semitism
The UK’s Chief Rabbi has raised a thorny but important issue.

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The Windrush fallout has shattered every Remainer prejudice
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How did Britain end up at No40 on the world press-freedom rankings?

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