Let’s stop haranguing athletes simply for speaking their minds.
Podcast: Frank Furedi, Barbara Hewson and Luke Gittos on the latest scandals.
Isaiah Berlin’s run-ins with Isaac Deutscher show what a bitch Berlin could be.
In Libya, the consequences of PR-driven, feel-good foreign policy are writ large.
A new edition of the TV series and its movie prequel reminds us just what a game-changer David Lynch’s opus was.
Having swapped taste for right-on ingredients, McDonald's has bought into the paternalism of foodies.
What the return of anti-Semitism reveals about 21st-century society.
It’s true: victim's statements during sentencing are acknowleged by judges, and then ignored.
ISIS’s gains against the Kurds represent a potentially tectonic shift.
Misanthropes are using the disease to spread unfounded fears.
Now we know: anti-hacking hysteria was just a flag of convenience.
God may be dead, but the search for transcendence lives on.
The absence of meaning in modern war has made combat losses hard to bear.
100 years on: How many saw the war as a means to spiritual salvation.
PJ O’Rourke gives his much-maligned generation a break.
Those who want to silence Israelis are shocked when they are silenced.
The Israeli theatre group shut down by an anti-Israel mob talks to spiked.
Plans to stick cameras on police officers’ jackets tell us all we need to know about the Lib Dems’ commitment to privacy.
It's a myth that children are better at IT than adults.
The assault on Morsi supporters marked the end of the Arab Spring.
CAMRA's plea to the state to stop pub closures ignores the real reason for Britain's vanishing drinkers.
Brendan O’Neill kicks off spiked's campaign against Scottish separation.
Why Millwall fans should be able to sing tasteless songs about Jimmy Savile.
The Brit-com is back, and it’s funnier, and warmer, than ever.
Laurie Penny’s tome is self-pity sexed up as radicalism.
The group’s latest hysterical campaign could seriously damage the law.
Justice is the greatest victim of these PR-driven witch-hunts.
The Pub Landlord talks to spiked about snobbery on the comedy scene.
A look back at the fateful happenings in St Peter's Field 195 years ago.
The idea that US race relations are the same as they always were is ahistorical.
Same old racism? Actually the riots show how much has changed in the US.
What that barbaric beheading tells us about a crisis of Britishness.
Six myths being peddled by left-wing converts to Scottish independence.
If we fail to tackle the true cause of the crisis, growth will remain a mirage.
Once, suicide was taboo. Now, criticising it is taboo.
It’s time my team ditched the ‘if only’ mantra and determined its destiny.
Podcast: Brendan O’Neill talks Israel, Gaza, the West and anti-Semitism.
Everything you know about the genocide is wrong, says Barrie Collins.
Britain's judiciary is eroding our sovereignty from within.
Our rulers’ authoritarian response to ISIS is trashing freedom and tolerance.
The real scandal is the public hanging of Mackay and Moody for private texts.
The campaign against the Redskins’ name is an insult to fans.
The campaign against e-cigarettes is not just illiberal, it's illogical.
The abuse scandal exposes the dangers of welfarism and multiculturalism.
So weak is the pro-Union side that all its hopes now rest on a political sad-case.
The charity’s new anti-gang initiative sounds suspiciously like an assault on young people.
Plans to restrict access to online music videos set a dangerous precedent.
The excitement over Queen B’s ‘feminist’ VMA turn reeks of desperation.
More Than Honey uses dodgy stories about the decline of bees to bash humankind.
In the wake of the Mackay / Moody scandal, we must defend the liberty to talk bollocks.
Julie Bindel talks to spiked about the death of gay radicalism.