Anelka’s quenelle was part of a much bigger problem.
Why do we assume students are vulnerable? The vast majority aren’t.
Using museum exhibitions to ‘tell a story’ patronises the public.
It’s time for students to throw off the censors’ shackles.
Students in East Asia may be great at passing exams, but that doesn't mean their schooling is better.
A proposed tax on the sweet stuff would be another small blow against personal choice.
The very politicians who bang on about social mobility have made it harder to pursue.
The mayor’s war on Islamist families exposes his right-on authoritarianism.
Kevin Yuill says assisted suicide is a product of a modern crisis of morality.
No More Page 3 are at the forefront of calling for censorship at the University of Nottingham, but they still refuse to debate.
This week we look at the incredible ‘love of freedom and defiance of death’ of the men and women who defended Crete against the Nazis.
This week: was director Steve McQueen right to claim there are 21million people in slavery today?
Our guest columnist, under the malevolent gaze of the Russian state, reports as the winds of change blow across Ukraine.
Western observers ditch their critical faculties whenever Russia is involved.
Thoughtless Western interference is pushing Ukraine to the brink.
The meddling of the US and the EU has produced nothing but chaos.
The welfare system's erosion of social bonds has fuelled the rise of food banks.
The late comedian’s unfunny miserablism now rules the world.
The problem with many UK museums is they treat everyone like kids.
Cantona's kung-fu kick was not a political statement, it was comedy gold.
Leeds Student Union’s banning of a ‘sexist’ greetings card projects a lowly view of students.
An Olympics-themed sorority party in New York has been condemned as 'racist'.
How the court managed to turn the murderers of Lee Rigby into martyrs.
A court ruling on life sentences last week was a welcome reaffirmation of parliamentary sovereignty.
This modest new production may be the best Candide London has seen in years.
Recent protests in Bosnia reveal the problems of the EU’s stage-managed democracy.
Luke Harding's book reads like an unwitting parody of Guardianista narcissism.
If civil liberties groups won't defend free speech for
the unpopular, what's the point of them?
New research reveals what really happened on Easter Island.
Trans activists calling for the institution of a third gender miss the point – language changes with society, not the other way around.
Let’s call a spade a spade: Western politicians have usurped an elected leader.
Jennie Bristow explains how child protection legislation is making children less safe.
On its forty-fifth birthday, we raise a glass to the Queen of the Skies.
This week: should something be done about footballers' wages and bankers' bonuses?
Harman and pals are discovering the cost of putting the past on trial.
The death of Stuart Hall is a useful moment to reflect on the corrosive effect of cultural studies on the promotion of knowledge.
Until adults learn to conduct themselves properly in museums, children should be excluded.
Western governments' illiterate, dumbed-down foreign policy is killing Ukraine.
The decline of music mags reveals a lot about the poverty of youthful ambition.
The story of James's life and works deserves to be told.
Forget the moralising about footballers’ wages - it’s a good thing players are no longer treated as serfs.
‘Testosterone-fuelled yobbery’? Politics is not ballsy or belligerent enough!
Italian voters have yet again been sidelined by backroom deals in Rome.
The controversy over TV advertising for e-cigs shows that tobacco-control activists are more interested in lifestyle regulation than health.
The failure of a few prosecutions won't stop the crusade.
The online drinking game has led to a handful of deaths, but attempting to regulate immature behaviour will cause more harm.
Neuroscience shows us why teenagers are too young to vote.
Blaming storms on human industry is as backward as blaming them on gays.
Belgium’s extension of the ‘right to die’ to terminally ill children reveals the slippery slope of legalising assisted dying.
People must be free to preach, leaflet and push pamphlets in public spaces without having their collars felt by the law.
Ben Pile says the floods are a crisis of British infrastructure, not climate change.
As too many pundits liken the situation in Syria to that in 1930s Spain, we pay tribute to those Europeans and Americans who 75 years ago, in the spirit of solidarity and internationalism, fought on the side of the Spanish Republic.
The former heavyweight champ used the launch of a Rocky boxed set to talk about his own future.
The political crisis that provoked the First World War still haunts the West.
An Eritrean woman explains why Western campaigns to End FGM do more harm than good.