A new book gives the 1916 Dublin revolt its due.
That yoga ban showed just how ludicrous it is to ghettoise culture.
The banning of the Lord’s Prayer ad shows traditional values are on their knees.
Hateful people must be as free as decent people to express their beliefs.
Blurring the line between offensive speech and incitement to violence threatens freedom for us all.
A new report is light on facts and heavy on scaremongering.
The Spending Review was nothing but tinkering – we need a real plan for growth.
The shutdown in Belgium is doing the jihadists’ work for them.
Using suicide to argue against welfare cuts is sick and wrong.
But new plans for the ‘starter home’ scheme won’t satisfy that need.
The PLP has turned the Syria vote into another chance to depose Corbyn.
Why are we locking up people who want to fight the Islamic State?
Ken Livingstone has become the latest victim of these over-sensitive times.
Insisting that Islamists are not 'real Muslims' gets us nowhere.
This crusade against unwitting racism is deeply divisive.
Gayle Newland’s sentence revealed a chasm between the law and the people.
Why our rulers are more interested in policing our passions than fighting ISIS.
Western governments and agencies are now standing in the way of development.
We must engage with the real motivation behind the Paris attacks.
Identity politics is an ugly struggle for the highground of victimhood.
Why shouldn’t men have a day to talk about men’s issues?
Dutch anti-Euro campaigners explain why their leaders have questions to answer.
The pro-breastfeeding push smacks of middle-class prejudice.
A Canadian historic-abuse case holds lessons for today’s witch-finder generals.
Non-judgementalism has helped embolden the state and curtail our freedom.
The terror attack on Boulevard Voltaire is a symbolic reminder of what’s at stake.
The Paris attacks reveal the fearful, beleaguered mindset of today’s youth.
Mass monitoring of citizens provides an entirely false sense of security.
The rise of the race therapy complex on campus.
They demand free speech in India but support censorship at home.
Fear of rampant anti-Muslim sentiment is really a fear of the people.
Fear is what they want; let’s not give them it.
Why are so few Westerners standing with, or fighting with, the Kurds?
In French and English: read spiked’s response to the Paris attacks.
The Investigatory Powers Bill should be ripped up.
Teaching children to be discriminating is an important life lesson.
It’s much easier to lecture Putin over drugs in sport than bombs in Syria.
How fortysomething academics inflame campus witch-hunts.
Scientists are playing God – and it’s a good thing, too.
David Cameron's EU reform plan is a charade of sovereignty.
The treatment of gender dysphoria in children poses a legal and moral dilemma.