The meddling of the US and the EU has produced nothing but chaos.
Thoughtless Western interference is pushing Ukraine to the brink.
Western observers ditch their critical faculties whenever Russia is involved.
No More Page 3 are at the forefront of calling for censorship at the University of Nottingham, but they still refuse to debate.
The mayor’s war on Islamist families exposes his right-on authoritarianism.
A proposed tax on the sweet stuff would be another small blow against personal choice.
Students in East Asia may be great at passing exams, but that doesn't mean their schooling is better.
It’s time for students to throw off the censors’ shackles.
Using museum exhibitions to ‘tell a story’ patronises the public.
Why do we assume students are vulnerable? The vast majority aren’t.
Anelka’s quenelle was part of a much bigger problem.
Campbell wasn't overlooked for the England captaincy because he was black, but his claim reflects an unhealthy modern outlook.
A new exhibition shows there’s more to the Vikings than raping and pillaging.
Philip Lymbery's arguments against industrialised food are hard to swallow.
UKIP small-state reputation contradicts its desire to restrict immigration.
Why we should all celebrate the 50th birthday of New York Times v Sullivan.
Both believe in saving children from their parents.
It wasn't all paedos and power cuts says Mick Hume (above, in white jumper).
Our leaders claim to be defending Ukrainian sovereignty. In fact, they’re overriding it.
Podcast: Brendan O’Neill on the Western myths about the events in Ukraine.
In place of ideas, modern politicians attempt to offer 'personality'.
A former Tube trade unionist recalls Crow’s strengths and weaknesses.
It’s easier for politicians and senior police officers to focus on the sins of the past than confront the present.
There’s a reason why kids are choosing to read easy books – adults are encouraging them to.
The political class's pathologisation of UKIP is driven by fear, not facts.
It’s time to make a racket over Camden Council’s closing down of public space.
A feeble headbutt earned the Newcastle boss a seven-game ban and a deluge of sanctimony. The rest of us just laughed.
A land where men chunder? Not if anti-drink officials have their way.
In the latest taster video from the Battle of Ideas festival, Jennie Bristow discusses the increasing tendency to demonise our recent past.
Lars von Trier's unwitting insights into the mechanicalisation of sex.
Gay-rights groups are becoming the enforcers of social conformism.
Benn may have fought on, but Bennite politics died when the Berlin Wall fell.
Inequality campaigners want to curb prosperity and lower horizons.
The same Euro-politicians who claim to have delivered Ukraine into freedom now want to clamp down on free discussion about Ukraine.
More people are flying than ever before, and there are fewer accidents.
The endless speculation about that Malaysian plane is doing no one any favours.
To warn students that they’re about to encounter potentially offensive ideas is to treat them like children.
It should be no business of coppers what football fans chant at games.
You think the UK monarchy is a non-political tourist attraction? Think again.
The chancellor declared he trusted pensioners to handle their savings sensibly. So how about trusting us in other areas of life?
Old Trafford no longer has teams trembling with fear – and that decline started under Fergie.
A new feminist campaign wants to ban the use of the word bossy to describe confident girls. How ironically bossy.
Student laddishness is a kind of rebellion against the new authoritarianism.
Parents don’t need policymakers’ help to love their children.
John Bruer talks to spiked about the myth of the first three years being pivotal.
The self-righteousness of the West’s new Russia-bashers is astonishing.
The 200 ‘leading UK cultural figures’ demanding that the press bend the knee to regulation by Royal Charter should hang their heads in shame.
The Labourites calling for a ‘bold and radical’ agenda need a dictionary.
An apocalyptic report touted by doom-monger Nafeez Ahmed says more about its promoters than it does about civilisation's future.
The launch of PoundPub is attracting the ire of snobs and prohibitionists.
A recent ruling of the UK Supreme Court treats disabled people in good care as if they were prisoners.
How the EU’s technocratic foreign policy causes chaos.
Academics have frittered away their right to free thought. It's time they took it back.
David Cameron thinks of Libya as his ‘happy place’, but it is far from happy today.
Virtual reality is the Next Big Thing - it really will transform games playing.
The once-great novelist is really only comfortable when talking about himself.
Forget ‘security’ and ‘resilience’ - we need a positive case for new energy.
Calm down, everybody. Refereeing cock-ups are part of the fun of football.
Was Gilbert Stuart’s erratic work and behaviour due to bipolar disorder?
The media’s mocking of the power couple’s spiritual separation is hypocritical.
ESSAY: The rise of corporate social responsibility is bad for democracy.
The fifth assessment report is a product of politics, not science.
It is scary how quickly gay marriage became dogma.
ESSAY: The rise of corporate social responsibility is bad for society.