The fury over her speech is really a fury with democracy.
Sean Collins on the cult of Obama and the crisis of American politics.
The scaremongering about air pollution is blighting innovation in the capital.
But the Corbynistas are as aloof as the 'Blairites'.
Beckett’s letters reveal a personality inseparable from the act of writing.
AC Grayling's latest anti-Brexit idea underlines how cynical elite Remainers have become.
The equation of words and violence harms open debate.
The club has reopened, but under stringent new rules.
Podcast: Brendan O'Neill on the media's reaction to the Trump dossier.
If a middle-of-the-road speech now counts as a ‘hate incident’, we’re all screwed.
Football's new fans couldn't stand what Taylor represented.
Anti-Israel conspiracy theories are rife in the mainstream media.
Silence has its flaws, but it speaks to Scorsese’s greatness.
It is an indictment of the liberal left that they’re sharing the piss story.
His speech put a ‘democratic’ spin on age-old elite prejudices.
The German clampdown on ‘misinformation’ is a threat to free speech.
The liberals bashing the Electoral College are far from democrats.
Why liberal hacks are going wild for the dodgy dossier on Trump.
Stop offering women a patronising leg-up into politics.
Academics should teach students – not look after them.
Anti-social-behaviour policies are breaking down community bonds.
We need to remake the case for progress and plenty.
Meryl and Co, spare us the preaching.
We need better resources for mental care, not awareness-raising.
The sacralisation of the NHS reduces citizens to patients.
The energetic doubter of modernity has died.
Queen Mary student Emily Dinsmore on why she made a stand for press freedom.
Leveson is driven by a fear and loathing of the public. You can fight it.
Another eco-doomsday claim is proven wrong.
The idea that IT is surpassing human beings sells us short.
Podcast: Tom Slater on the alt-right and illiberal liberals.
The response to Milo’s book deal is the reason he has a book deal.
It's now entirely about making Westerners feel good.
A London student on why he's fighting the anti-tabloid snobbery of both SUs and the state.
A second showtrial of the press would be a disaster for journalism.
In 2017, let's cast off the public-health killjoys.
Durham TAs show us how to challenge pay cuts.
How Section 40 will prevent journalists from speaking truth to power.
There's nothing to fear from repealing the Human Rights Act.
Political life cannot be driven by ‘evidence’ alone.
The conspiracy theory of seeing Putin’s hand in everything.
The anti-smoking brigade doesn't understand pleasure.
The calls to slap trigger warnings on Eddie Murphy's old stand-up special are insulting to gay people.
Lionel Shriver takes on the dreary conformism of contemporary culture.
How 2016 rekindled the historical imagination.
The eradication of poverty is becoming a reality.
Zygmunt Bauman talks retrotopia and humanity's disillusionment with the future.
Yuval Harari’s ‘brief history of tomorrow’ draws deep on the anti-humanist prejudices of today.
Paul Morley’s biography rushes past the modernist genius of David Bowie.
Violent Sensations explores the fascination with sex and murder in 19th-century culture.
A fascinating new study sheds light on Thomas More, the political thinker.
Two books prophesying the future show a distinct ignorance about present-day capitalism.