The increasingly irrational cult of the whistle-
blower is bad for politics and bad for journalism. We need some heretics to blow it apart.
The Art Everywhere plan to plaster art on UK billboards is more about public relations than public art.
Reorientating criminal justice around the rights of alleged victims is destroying the rights of the defendant.
Saying ‘I hate Michael Gove’ now works as a kind of password that grants one entry into the inner circle of polite society. Why has this happened?
The mountain of scary ‘advice’ facing pregnant women is built on risk inflation and utterly junk science.
A new campaign for the abolition of UK faith schools ignores the real crisis in the state education sector.
Christopher Lane talks to spiked about the new edition of the bible of psychiatry – ‘a legal document facilitating the medication of millions’.
One hundred years after she leapt in front of the king’s horse at Epsom, Davison death still divides opinion.
The re-release of two classic Japanese cartoons reminds us of a time when kids’ intellect was taken seriously.
The fashion for blaring out pop songs is killing the real source of stadium atmosphere: the noise of the fans.
Doctor Who fans are right to be anxious about the prospect of an oh-so-relevant gender- or race-swapping Doctor.
Events in Turkey confirm that imposing the conformist Occupy brand on every global protest only helps to confuse and contain them.
In this video, Mick Hume takes us on a trip through the ‘After Leveson’ exhibition in London that he helped to curate.
Activists want to squish the EDL because they think its propaganda turns Muslims into Islamists. How patronising.
Britain has profound economic problems that can only be addressed through the wholesale renewal of production and infrastructure.
Lawyers leading the prosecution of British soldiers for abusing Afghans are unwittingly legitimising the war on terror.
Stop being sniffy about this language that uses words like diaper and can’t pronounce aluminium; it's the new Latin.