The problem isn’t powerful jihadism – it’s the crisis of Western values.
Historic sex abuse claims have fuelled the UK’s compensation industry.
The Supreme Court ruling appealed to hearts, not minds.
Education academics underestimate the potential of schools.
Was the French philosopher really a Reaganite in poststructural clothing?
Women’s football will only achieve parity with the men’s if we’re comfortable slagging games off.
No form of political expression should be banned, not even hateful ones.
That seems to be the view of those condemning TOWIE girls.
myInternSwap is not an Old Boys' network 2.0 – it’s a good idea.
Why it’s wrong to turn teachers into spies on ‘extremist’ kids.
Mick Hume’s new book examines what’s changed in the free-speech wars
Fear of the future is no reason to stay in the EU.
The best response to this massacre? More freedom, more holidays.
We can’t trust our illiberal leaders to protect our freedoms.
A senile old lord is being subjected to a showtrial.
Glastonbury speaks to the 21st-century crisis of popular culture.
Taking Durkheim's Suicide out of schools is madness.
A UK council’s refusal to allow shale-gas exploration is very bad news.
Taylor Swift was right to stand up to Apple. Now let's tackle the freeloading fans.
A new documentary offers a scintillating insight into the era of Rudd and Gillard.
Destroying symbols won’t change the past.
Deshorn Brown should be ashamed of himself.
The left rages against mild Tory cuts yet dreams of imposing real austerity.
The End Austerity Now protest was dominated by low aspirations.
MRAs are as mired in victimhood as the feminists they despise.
Those demanding gun control post-Charleston need a history lesson.
An illustrated lecture on African-Americans and guns.
Lauren Southern talks to Ella Whelan about standing up to feminist orthodoxy.
No, Dylann Roof’s act of nihilism was not ‘the real America’.
The left-right panto over Corbyn reveals the hollow core of British politics.
Why space missions are worth the money and the risk.
Contrary to the post-election fearmongering, nationalism is not on the march.
The UK’s devolved parliaments have become shockingly illiberal.
PODCAST: Jennie Bristow discusses her new book on Boomer-blaming.
The attacks on individualism reflect the crisis of individual autonomy.
Francesca Klug’s new book offers an insight into why the human-rights project has failed to garner public support.
John Heartfield made mocking tyrants an artform.
Caroline Criado-Perez’s new book is obsessed with the weakness of womanhood.
Volunteer-tourism projects are not the political panacea some claim they are.
spiked talks to David Boaz, author of The Libertarian Mind.
Mick Hume’s new book, Trigger Warning, recounts an heretical history.
No one is watching the Women's World Cup – and it's not because of chauvinism.
As soon as computers manage to crack Joyce’s prose, we’re all screwed.
Killjoy bureaucrats are regulating clubbing out of existence.
The child-protection industry is constructing the crime it claims to combat.
The celebration of the pope's eco-encyclical shows just how moralistic environmentalists are.
Clinton’s weepy campaign confirms that identity politics has gone mainstream.
Who can blame India for wanting to get rid of these eco-meddlers?