People across the political spectrum now embrace the vulnerable self.
David Aaronovitch’s Commie memoir is funny, but it isn’t the whole truth.
Monitoring student activity destroys the educational experience.
If nobody likes Cameron’s EU deal, why are they all backing it?
The case of the ex-Dragons’ Den star exposes the necessary complexity of the law.
Hatred isn’t big or clever, but it should never be a crime.
Anti-Israel intolerance has made a sham of academic freedom.
Students' unions that want to ‘protect women’ are turning the clock back.
The scaremongering over the virus is deeply damaging.
The fuss over the tech giant’s taxes is a conspiracy over nothing.
The bigotry of elites who sneer at those who back The Donald.
Moaning about Cameron’s use of language won’t tackle the migrant crisis.
‘Body-positive’ dolls burden children with adult anxieties.
The declaration of man as pestilence on the planet is adolescent and tedious.
The European Court of Human Rights should not be ruling on workplace matters.
The only responsibility schools have to working-class kids is to give them a good education.
Charles Taylor explores the making and conflicts of the modern self.
Anil Seth explores what neuroscience can – and can’t – tell us about consciousness.
A new edition of private correspondence hides as much as it reveals.
Annie Liebovitz’s Women: New Portraits is stifled by gender politics.
A parallel biography of Lene and Leni illuminates the lives of neither.
Richard Sennett talks narcissism, identity and the unbearable lightness of selfhood.
Students across the country have had enough of censorious SUs.
The Prevent agenda is chilling classroom discussion.
The new comedy code of intolerant conformism is no laughing matter.
Worry less about China and more about Britain's own economic stagnation.
In this era of offence-taking, Sadowitz’s vicious comedy is more vital than ever.
Sexual Risk Orders are ripping apart liberty and due process.
Was there any merit to holding this public inquiry?
Celebrating your national heritage does not make you racist.
A racialised new climate is robbing art of its transcendent impulse.
Why are 'progressives' so reluctant to question what happened?
Neither Clinton nor Foster are interested in women's liberation.
The endless suspicion-mongering around sport is born of a deeper distrust.
The UK ‘Ban Trump’ lobby is on a moral par with The Donald.
Granting anonymity to men charged with rape will damage the justice system.
Todd Gillespie reports from the parliamentary debate on banning The Donald.
These creepy leaflets are testament to a much deeper malaise.
Far from being about liberty, transgenderism is backed by undemocratic power.
The government's Housing Bill punishes the worst off.