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Thursday 24 July 2014 Home
Brendan O’Neill
Your pity for Palestinians is making things worse in Gaza
Western thirst for images of the dead could be contributing to the bloodshed.
Luke Gittos
Sexting: another pervy panic
The UK authorities' creepy interest in teens' sex lives is doing real harm.

Wednesday 23 July 2014
Tim Black
Let Lib Dems commit ‘tweetcrimes’


Jon Fuge
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: a blockbuster that doesn’t drag its knuckles


Alex Dean
Eminem and free speech given a
Hyde-ing



Frank Furedi
MH17: our generation’s Franz Ferdinand moment?
Yes, there are similarities between July 2014 and July 1914 – but differences, too.

Tiffany Jenkins
Israel-bashing comes to the Fringe
Those calling for the boycotting of an Israeli show are censors in liberal clothing.

Peter D Williams
The anti-Catholic crackdown at UCLU
How students' union zealots are stifling controversial ethical debates.

Tuesday 22 July 2014
Worldbytes
Food for thought: Scottish independence


Tim Black
Ed Miliband: desperately seeking authority
In Weird Ed, the Labour Party has the leader it deserves.

Patrick West
Politics online: all tweet and no light
From Gove to Gaza, politics-by-Twitter is mainly about showing off.

Gerald Heys
The Third Man: wild about Harry
This summer marks the sixty-fifth anniversary of Carol Reed’s masterful essay on post-war cynicism.

Monday 21 July 2014
Joanna Williams
It’s time to scrap Ofsted


Brendan O’Neill
The West’s cynical milking of the Ukraine air tragedy
The West is grotesquely trying to rebuild its prestige on the debris of MH17.

Rob Lyons
Personal responsibility goes up in smoke


Saturday 19 July 2014
Tom Slater
Boyhood: the kids are all right
Richard Linklater's paean to childhood is a breath of fresh air.

Friday 18 July 2014
Jane Sandeman
Why I protested against the Assisted Dying Bill


Nathalie Farrugia
David Cameron’s women trouble


Rob Killick
Rod Liddle v the New Establishment
Selfish Whining Monkeys is a biting critique of the metropolitan elite.

Duleep Allirajah
‘Don’t mention the score’
Germany, don’t feel bad about your Goalocaust against Brazil – you’ve done the world a favour.

Fiyaz Mughal
spiked is wrong about Islamophobia’
The founder of Tell Mama responds to Tim Black's recent article.


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Your pity for Palestinians is making things worse in Gaza
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The greatest-ever World Cup guff?

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