A senior British police officer has threatened to punish offensive speech online - where's the outrage over such Orwellianism?
The masses are far more rational than the unhinged political class.
Fans live-tweeting matches from the stands isn't to blame for the sanitisation of the game.
Rob Lyons reports from Zurich's annual shooting competition – for schoolchildren.
Democracy itself is on the line in today’s referendum.
Forget far-right surges and left revivals - Swedish politics is gravitating to the centre.
Apple used to lead the market; now it desperately follows it.
Young people need to stop worrying about their careers and get out more.
Middle-class foodies are paying a fortune to eat what peasants once lived on.
The sinking of a ship packed with schoolchildren is unravelling political life in Korea.
Scottish independence is not an opportunity; it’s a political dead-end.
Chasing tweeters, raiding ageing celebs' homes... the police are fuelling the culture of victimhood.
Picking on people for their appearance may be unpleasant, but it's hardly akin to racism.
Our leaders say the Islamic State threatens civilisation – why won’t they fight it?
The Cold War organisation’s crisis of purpose is playing itself out in Ukraine.
Only a free, unregulated forum can help defeat the likes of Golden Dawn.
…by helping to close the News of the World.
The Establishment is possibly the least convincing portrait of power ever painted.
The Children Act lays bare the limits of the scientistic worldview.
Will Self’s anti-Orwell tirade combines ignorance with a snobbish disdain for the public.
Chris Jennings’ new book exposes the reality of the epidemic that never was.
Rob Lyons talks to the author of a new book that calls into question the demonisation of fatty foods.
A new collection of James Boswell’s writings reveals the enduring humanity of a man obsessed with public executions.
Angus Kennedy talks to spiked about the cultural retreat of the elites and the need for discrimination.
Overworked teachers and dumbed-down libraries are behind Britain's shocking literacy levels.
Pride unwittingly lays bare the post-Eighties crisis of leftism.
Ignore the fantasists – oil and gas will not provide the basis for a New Jerusalem.
Support for England has always been fairweather, and right now it's drizzling in Wembley.
The Economist’s withdrawal of an ‘offensive’ review sets a dangerous precedent.
The biggest barrier to a republic is not popular interest in the royal baby.
It’s called ‘research’, but investigations into Big Tobacco are increasingly a moral activity.
I smoked for more than 20 years - e-cigarettes helped me stop.
In promising devo max, Better Together is doing the 'Yes' campaign's work for it.
Standing by its principles is Britain's best weapon against ISIS.
EU plans to limit the power of hoovers are the latest in a long line of absurd regulations.
Scottish referendum: our leaders have gone AWOL from the battle of ideas.
Peculiarly in this PC era, Rivers treated her audience as grown-ups.
Debating liberty in NYC and Washington.
Meet the academics who think academic freedom is a neoliberal conspiracy.
Fela Kuti was that rarest of things: a bona fide, fists-in-the-air pop rebel.
Too many homegrown Premier League players are stuck in a bench-warming comfort zone.
When it’s Britain’s secret police hacking the tabloid Sun, that is.
A 'Yes' to independence would mean a missed opportunity to reform the UK as a whole.
Salmond and Farage have more in common than they’ll ever admit.
Politicians should butt out of the emotional lives of husbands and wives.
Privacy cannot be protected from a voyeuristic culture by more laws.
Officialdom’s war on parental authority created this travesty of justice.
Public-health crusaders are becoming ever more desperate.
Brett Bailey’s new show isn't racist; it just makes you feel bad.