A new book makes an incoherent case for taxing ‘unhealthy’ foods and subsidising those deemed ‘healthy’.
One American city took on the surveillance society – and won.
JD Vance’s Hillbilly Elegy is a remarkable portrait of a way of life in crisis.
The politicisation of lifestyle has inflamed public life.
Underpinning the progressive elite's snobbery is a vicious class antagonism.
Charles Murray talks to Sean Collins about the new class war cleaving the US in two.
The West’s sanctification of diversity is segmenting society.
On this month's Last Orders, we talk obesity, Theresa May and booze guidelines.
Podcast: Duleep Allirajah tells spiked his highlights from the Rio Olympics.
In Edinburgh, liberal comics’ contempt for the masses has been laid bare.
In an age beholden to experts, jury service reminds us of the importance of common sense.
A new exhibition explores the Dutch master’s psychological torment.
Ignore the doom-sayers, London after dark is nothing to fear.
Our waistlines are none of the government’s business.
Comedian Will Franken honours the most conformist acts at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Brendan O’Neill gets vilified for opposing censorship.
Human rights do not protect our freedom – they limit it.
The future state of British democracy is on the line.
Throughout its history, NATO has brutally thwarted democracy.
Five things that made the Olympics so wonderful.
Podcast: Brendan O'Neill says the state has no business policing emotion.
He’s repulsive, but he shouldn’t be sent to prison.
From BLM to feminism, too many want to play the victim.
To blame rising homicide rates on post-Ferguson ‘de-policing’ is a cop-out.
A medal for coming second or third is a loser’s medal.
The farce over members’ voting rights shows democracy is out of fashion.
The witch-hunting of critics of feminism has got to stop.