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Wednesday 27 July 2016 Home
Naomi Firsht
Hillary’s nomination: an infantile celeb-fest
Ella Whelan
Triggering Article 50: the precondition of a new politics
The entire elite wants to delay Article 50. We must fight them.

Mick Hume
‘Barefaced audacity and childishness of a peculiar sort’
Has ISIS been reading Conrad’s classic novel The Secret Agent?

David Nolan
The American woman jailed for having an abortion
The case of Purvi Patel should chill anyone who believes in freedom.

Tuesday 26 July 2016
Tim Black
The West’s collective punishment of Russian athletes
The Cold War on doping is ruining sport.

Monday 25 July 2016
Wendy Kaminer
How campus censorship is conquering the world
‘Progressive censorship’ is spreading from colleges into politics.

Jennie Bristow
Theresa May, forget social justice – give us politics
Officialdom now treats us more as patients than citizens.

Hardeep Singh
Erdogan’s overthrow of freedom
He’s using the failed coup to bolster his war on liberty.

Saturday 23 July 2016
Sean Collins
The GOP is the Trump Party now
Republican disarray has allowed for a total Donald takeover.

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‘There is a moral case for abortion’
Ann Furedi discusses her new book.

Friday 22 July 2016
Tom Slater
Beware the phoney defenders of free speech
The Milo/Leslie Jones spat exposes the awfulness of the alt-right.

Christian Butler
Funny Girl: is Sheridan Smith’s star fading?
The Savoy production’s understudy is the breakout star.

Thursday 21 July 2016
Joanna Williams
Labour’s woman problem
A party that treats women as weak is unlikely to get a female leader.

Mick Hume
Defend Corbyn? No, let’s defend politics
The Labour leadership contest is being used to depoliticise debate.

Blair Spowart
Britain’s runway fiasco: the new fear of progress
Asia builds airports and revolutionary trains, and we can’t even lay some tarmac.

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The Turkish coup and the crisis of liberalism
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‘Barefaced audacity and childishness of a peculiar sort’

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