For a new generation of women, the pay gap is history.
Young Brits’ aversion to booze and pubs is stunting their development.
Big money isn't the problem in US politics - the lack of big ideas is.
100 years on: How many saw the war as a means to spiritual salvation.
The real target of the Egyptian dictator’s clampdown on sexual harassment is political dissent.
Survival International wants to keep an entire island’s inhabitants living in the Stone Age.
How did liberals become so elitist and contemptuous of the public?
It’s official: the Arctic Monkeys are rock legends.
Ex-doper Justin Gatlin deserves our praise for his brilliant comeback.
Western thirst for images of the dead could be contributing to the bloodshed.
The UK authorities' creepy interest in teens' sex lives is doing real harm.
Yes, there are similarities between July 2014 and July 1914 – but differences, too.
Those calling for the boycotting of an Israeli show are censors in liberal clothing.
How students' union zealots are stifling controversial ethical debates.
In Weird Ed, the Labour Party has the leader it deserves.
From Gove to Gaza, politics-by-Twitter is mainly about showing off.
This summer marks the sixty-fifth anniversary of Carol Reed’s masterful essay on post-war cynicism.
The West is grotesquely trying to rebuild its prestige on the debris of MH17.
Richard Linklater's paean to childhood is a breath of fresh air.
Selfish Whining Monkeys is a biting critique of the metropolitan elite.
Germany, don’t feel bad about your Goalocaust against Brazil – you’ve done the world a favour.
The founder of Tell Mama responds to Tim Black's recent article.
The myth of powerful, protected perverts has been around for decades.
Revealing the right-wing origins of today's child-abuse hysteria.
Not so long ago, adults treated paedophiles with caution rather than dread.
In Cameron's new Cabinet, biology counts for more than conviction.
Good riddance to David Willetts, but Gove? His demotion is a loss to education.
The line between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism gets thinner every day.
When museums sell off items to raise cash, they cheapen our cultural life.
The DRIP Bill is an even greater assault on privacy than its legal predecessor.
On World Peace is None of Your Business, Mozzer looks beyond his own navel – and the result is disastrous.
Was Brazil 2014 the ‘best ever’, the most unpredictable or what?
The similarities between assisted dying and the death penalty are striking.
It’s time to resist calls for more mental-health interventions in education.
One psychiatrist’s rebellion against the pathologisation of everyday life.
A new book on Isaiah Berlin’s run-ins with Isaac Deutscher confirms what a bitch Berlin could be.
A new dictionary of untranslatable ideas and words is heavygoing, but absorbing.
The Second Machine Age sacrifices sense at the altar of technology.
It wasn't Neymar wot lost it; it was Brazil's spiritual reliance on him.