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Tuesday 19 September 2017 Home
Tim Black
Aung San Suu Kyi: a childish obsession
We need to stop searching for saviours and demons in global affairs.
Tom Bailey
In praise of Thomas Jefferson
Forget covering up his statues: we should be celebrating his ideals.

Monday 18 September 2017
Esther Burke
In defence of George Hook
It will be a bad day for free speech if the outspoken radio host is sacked.

Tom Slater
Jemele Hill and the politicisation of everything
US culture is being consumed by a battle of the snowflakes.

Luke Gittos
Making a mockery of juries
Yet again, misleading research is being used to attack the role of jurors.

Christian Butler
The Death of Stalin: the arrival of Iannucci
In his first non-spin-off film, the writer-director hits on something profound.

Friday 15 September 2017
Sean Collins
Hillary is what happened
Her snobby, deluded book proves she has no one to blame but herself.

Brendan O’Neill
A killing in Harlow: the shame of Remainers
We must confront the elite’s lies about the killing of Arek Jozwik.

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‘It’s racist to say black students can’t relate to Plato’
Tom Slater on the calls to 'decolonise' the syllabus at Reed College.

Rob Killick
Le Carré comes in from the Cold War
The stunning A Legacy of Spies explores the British elite’s ambiguous relationship with its own past.

Thursday 14 September 2017
Tom Slater
Two cheers for Reed College
The liberal-arts school is standing up to entitled identitarians.

Naomi Firsht
Bristol piano man: in defence of romance
The fury against this heartbroken man has been crazy and cruel.

Dan King
A censorious sign of the times
Ohio State’s window-message ban is joyless and illiberal.

Wednesday 13 September 2017
Mark Birbeck
Damien Hirst’s unbelievable vision
Treasures From the Wreck of the Unbelievable is a powerful exhibition.

Mick Hume
Sell Democracy to the EU? No deal
The Brexit talks are a fixed exercise in political punishment.

Sabine Beppler-Spahl
Why Merkel and Co want to keep politics ‘boring’
Germany’s political class prefers stasis to serious debate.

Tuesday 12 September 2017
Joanna Williams
Don’t gender-neutralise our kids
Why the war on gender is bad for children.

Ben Pile
Beware greens’ scaremongering
Extreme weather is less of a threat than it ever has been.

Tim Black
Remainers’ pro-migrant mask is slipping
It is oligarchy, not migrants, that elite Europhiles are fighting for.

Pauline Hadaway
Ireland: doing the EU’s dirty work
The EC is pitching Ireland into battle against Brexit.


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