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Wednesday 26 November 2014 Home
Tim Black
Oxford, abortion and the closing of the Western mind
What the Oxford debate scandal reveals about modern censorship.
Frank Furedi
The three faces of censorship
From the academy to politics, intolerance is back in fashion.

Tom Slater
The moral crusade against pro-life students
Pro-life societies are being censored. Now, a fightback has begun.

Tuesday 25 November 2014
Brendan O’Neill
Bill Cosby
is innocent

We forget this at our peril.

Rob Lyons
Southampton’s Burger King revolt


spiked conference
Fighting for press freedom in the 21st century
On spiked’s storming conference with the Newseum in Washington, DC.

James Woudhuysen
Carbon makes the world go round
Ignore the miserable greens – carbon is a boon to humanity.

Monday 24 November 2014
Alka Sehgal Cuthbert
Time to give Ofsted the boot


Tim Black
Why Labour loathes White Van Man
Emily Thornberry’s tweet captured her party’s disdain for its former voters.

Tom Slater
No to No Platform: in defence of unpopular ideas
Read the speech Tom Slater gave at the Oxford Union.

Friday 21 November 2014
Duleep Allirajah
Ched Evans: the dangers of mob justice
Petitioners and celebs are trashing the idea of redemption.

Mick Hume
The myth of racist Britain
How official anti-racism divides us all.

Thursday 20 November 2014
Rob Harries
The sports pay gap – it’s not sexism, it’s economics


Brendan O’Neill
Why I am pro-choice
Read the speech Brendan O’Neill was banned from making at Oxford University.

Tim Black
From the London riots to the Islamic State
Jihadi John's alleged involvement in the riots makes perfect sense.

Wednesday 19 November 2014
Brendan O’Neill
Democracy is dying. Here’s how to revive it
Our dilapidated democracy just needs one thing: bigger, better ideas.

Josie Appleton
The ASB Act: all power to the state
New UK laws have freed the state to act as it pleases.


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Bill Cosby
is innocent

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The myth of racist Britain

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