The trials of Amanda Knox have become an excuse to attack the Italian national character.
The handling of the Meredith Kercher murder case should shock anyone interested in fairness and truth.
The mainstreaming of conspiratorial thinking has been very bad news for Jews.
Too many Europeans are acquiescing to anti-Semitism instead of fighting it.
The uncritical acceptance of one woman's accusations shows how unhinged our society is becoming.
By making questionable claims about statistics, advocacy groups may actually be putting women off reporting attacks.
It's not anti-Semitism they fear, but rough, gruff, knuckle-dragging footie fans.
Victorian sexists warned women university was dangerous. Now, feminists do.
Today’s fashionable loathing of Zionists is far from progressive.
What a terrible irony that this age-old Jewish practice is being attacked in the language of human rights.
Answer: trying to ban alleged Holocaust deniers such as Dieudonné.
The protesters demonstrated they have more faith in sports bureaucrats and multinationals than the Russian people.
It's a good thing that Tube workers are defending their jobs - but the unions’ scaremongering about safety is idiotic.
The Chelsea manager isn’t just the king of the memorable quote - he’s a great tactician, too.
'Recessionista' Jack Monroe is a hero of the thrift-obsessed middle classes, not the poor.
Roth Unbound captures the biographical genius of America's greatest retiree.
Trying to speak the local language may leave you looking like a muppet, but it’s polite – and rewarding – to give it a go.
The criminal trial of the Coronation Street star, as opposed to the media trial of Woody Allen, showed the value of being tried before a jury.
The hysteria over Sochi confirms that the Culture Wars have gone global.
The Bill banning smoking in cars is worse than you think.
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death was the result of his own choices, not punitive drug laws.
The mourning for Marius speaks to a growing distrust of mankind.
There's something backward about the hunt for the one thing or person who might be blamed for England's flooding.
The Tory party, the party of Robert Peel, is now at war with the police.
Ideological battles have been usurped by petty, bitter clashes over lifestyle.
In the name of supporting Dylan Farrow, commentators have unleashed a wave of prejudice and intolerance against Woody Allen.
With a sleek design, great games and butter-smooth gameplay, the PS4 really is a quantum leap forward.
The problem is the sport, not the hotels or homophobia.
It's not just faith-baiting atheists who are under attack from Britain’s ban-happy students' unions.
Phelim McAleer's FrackNation drills into the myths promoted by Gasland and its celebrity fans.
The buzzing atmosphere at Selhurst Park is the product of a revolutionary vanguard.
In this video discussion, guests and WORLDbytes volunteers ask what the negative coverage of the Winter Olympics says about the West.
The popularity of sleazy hook-up apps isn't to blame for the crisis of intimacy.
25 years on from that fatwa, everyone now demands the destruction of things that offend them.
An Eritrean woman explains why Western campaigns to End FGM do more harm than good.
The political crisis that provoked the First World War still haunts the West.
The former heavyweight champ used the launch of a Rocky boxed set to talk about his own future.
Belgium’s extension of the ‘right to die’ to terminally ill children reveals the slippery slope of legalising assisted dying.
Blaming storms on human industry is as backward as blaming them on gays.
Neuroscience shows us why teenagers are too young to vote.
The online drinking game has led to a handful of deaths, but attempting to regulate immature behaviour will cause more harm.
The failure of a few prosecutions won't stop the crusade.
The controversy over TV advertising for e-cigs shows that tobacco-control activists are more interested in lifestyle regulation than health.
Italian voters have yet again been sidelined by backroom deals in Rome.
‘Testosterone-fuelled yobbery’? Politics is not ballsy or belligerent enough!
Forget the moralising about footballers’ wages - it’s a good thing players are no longer treated as serfs.
The story of James's life and works deserves to be told.
The decline of music mags reveals a lot about the poverty of youthful ambition.
Western governments' illiterate, dumbed-down foreign policy is killing Ukraine.
Until adults learn to conduct themselves properly in museums, children should be excluded.
The death of Stuart Hall is a useful moment to reflect on the corrosive effect of cultural studies on the promotion of knowledge.
Harman and pals are discovering the cost of putting the past on trial.
Trans activists calling for the institution of a third gender miss the point – language changes with society, not the other way around.
New research reveals what really happened on Easter Island.
If civil liberties groups won't defend free speech for
the unpopular, what's the point of them?
Luke Harding's book reads like an unwitting parody of Guardianista narcissism.
Recent protests in Bosnia reveal the problems of the EU’s stage-managed democracy.
This modest new production may be the best Candide London has seen in years.
A court ruling on life sentences last week was a welcome reaffirmation of parliamentary sovereignty.
How the court managed to turn the murderers of Lee Rigby into martyrs.
An Olympics-themed sorority party in New York has been condemned as 'racist'.
Leeds Student Union’s banning of a ‘sexist’ greetings card projects a lowly view of students.
Cantona's kung-fu kick was not a political statement, it was comedy gold.
The problem with many UK museums is they treat everyone like kids.
The late comedian’s unfunny miserablism now rules the world.
The welfare system's erosion of social bonds has fuelled the rise of food banks.