The death of Leo Baxendale brings to an end a unique comic career.
Labour and the Tories are relics of another era.
Social-media activism is the preserve of shallow thinkers.
Experts who diagnose The Donald as sick let him off the hook.
Two new London productions confirm Albee's greatness.
None of them can be trusted to stand up to the 'Anything But Brexit' lobby.
We ditched the EU, now let’s train our sights on the upper chamber.
Smug, illogical, censorious – why did they do this?
This is a fight for democracy. Get involved.
Fizzy drinks v diet drinks: the health bores lose the plot.
He's gone, but his shallow style lives on.
The old politics no longer holds. So what now?
So what if she’s the first female Met boss? Judge her record.
If the finger-waggers get their way, all shops will be as mad as ours.
Brendan O'Neill on what is really at stake in the snap election.
Ignore the Remoaners – Brexit lets us reimagine the future.
The cult of introspection is the bane of modern life.
Douglas Carswell’s book gives a refreshing take on the new elitism.
Brexit was people power in action – and Labour is terrified of it.
The media’s interrogation of Farron’s soul is a despicable spectacle.
A High Court ruling on a sick baby's life raises troubling questions.
Treating everyday strife as mental illness does a disservice to the truly ill.
This is a great opportunity to deepen the democratic spirit of Brexit.
The left-wing presidential candidate has some good ideas.
The public should decide what becomes of public art.
...like allowing Labour and the police to boss about the free press.
The obsession with girls’ mental health is enough to drive anyone round the bend.
The Turkish referendum was undemocratic from the start.
From Brussels to Istanbul, elites are in revolt against democracy.
The revered comic’s Netflix specials have rankled the speech police.
It’s government crackdowns we should worry about, not Spiceheads.
Podcast: Brendan O'Neill on the reckless new interventionism.
Conspiratorial Corbynistas blame everyone but themselves.
Thirty years on, this film’s tragedy and comedy speak to us still.
A new adaptation of An American in Paris is an infernal mess.
Elitists claim they’ve been ‘silenced’ – they mean we won’t do as they say.
The crisis in adult social care is punishing those to whom we owe so much.
The idea that words cause harm is being used to justify censorship and violence.
The West’s nostalgic warmongers should be careful what they wish for.
The new Supreme Court justice might not be as bad as you think.
From foreign policy to economics, Trump is mellowing.