After the Scottish independence referendum, Britain should learn the lessons of Yugoslavia.
Post-Leveson, even Tory sex scandals are deemed unacceptable.
Now you don't even have to break the law to be banged up for what you say.
The explosion of sexting reveals the crisis of intimacy today.
Rooney's botched professional foul shows that players today aren't properly schooled in the dark arts of gamesmanship.
With the bourgeoisie and workers in retreat, a bland new politics is emerging.
UK human-rights law doesn't need to be reformed – it needs to be abolished.
Brenda Leyland's death suggests trollhunters are far worse than trolls.
Tabloid-bashing crusaders enabled the state to treat journalists like jihadists.
Universities now treat male students as deviants in need of re-education.
Our government would rather crack down on its citizens' liberty than enter into a battle of ideas with IS.
The cultural cleansing of lad culture on campus reeks of intolerance.
The airstrikes in Iraq will help nobody – except maybe IS.
The Kurdish ‘suicide bomber’ dealt a psychological blow to IS – and the West.
To transform society, we need cheap, abundant power. Let's get on with it.
Fearmongering about rape on campus has echoes of the red scare.
Far from challenging officialdom's prejudices, Banksy caters to them.
Once, it meant being strong and resourceful – not anymore.
The Silence of Animals is anti-humanist posing dressed up as profundity.
Philip Larkin’s private prejudices shouldn’t matter a jot to admirers of his poetry.
Beyond a Boundary is now available on Kindle, and you don’t have to be a cricket buff to love it.
Roy Keane's temper may have cost him, but it's what made him a legend.
Ken Follett's final entry in his twentieth-century trilogy is a rollicking reminder of yesterday’s optimism.
Joel Kotkin nails the anti-masses Clerisy that now dominates the US.
The banning of LSE rugby club was puritanical – and quite possibly illegal.
Evans, a convicted rapist, has served his sentence - it’s time to move on.
Making teachers swear loyalty to their profession won’t repair their authority.
The capital is headed in the right direction – up. But can we please ditch the ‘quirky’ buildings?
Berkeley's proposed soda tax shows the city is no 'bastion of liberty'.
There’s something anthropological in the political class’s view of UKIP voters.
The anxiety around smacking has undermined parental authority.
The use of new technologies is turning us into objects of analysis, examination and manipulation.
David Dinsmore, editor of the Sun, on the challenges to press freedom.
Gamers are not happy with the right-on activists ruining their hobby.
So what if this movie sends the 'wrong' message about rape?
Greg Lukianoff's Freedom From Speech skewers the idea that we have the right not to be offended.
It’s time to stick up for football fans’ right to trade insults.
When nanny staters say ‘choice’, what they really mean is ‘less choice’.
The real threat to the West does not come from ebola.
The campaign to give a chimpanzee ‘legal personhood’ is ludicrous.
Tougher sentences for trolls are shocking, but not surprising.
Nick Gillespie on Fox News, press freedom, and our new media utopia.
Since when has possessing weird cartoons been a criminal offence?
Student campaigns for 'inclusive' courses are undermining academic freedom.
Fifty years ago, the French philosopher exposed the Nobel Prize for what it is.
Mankind now does what ancient peoples thought only God could do.
Anti-FGM campaigning is doing violence to women's rights.
Campaigners are snuffing out any dissent from the official rape narrative.
The football world's response to the disease has been farcical.
Tom Bennett discusses the crisis of authority in the classroom.
The Western press's obsession with Pistorius has been grotesque.
Mischa Moselle reports from Hong Kong on the ‘umbrella revolution’.
Nope – he’s merely the bastard child of the left's own self-induced decay.
Canada’s response to last week’s violence was an invitation to terrorists.
The UK needs cheaper, quicker and easier transport – fast.
ESSAY: Six arguments for innovation in transport.
Academics’ abandonment of knowledge has green-lit campus censorship.
European politicians have a lot to answer for in Ukraine.
The scourge ravaging humanity is not overpopulation; it’s underdevelopment.
Time to stop paying lip service to the principle and take a stand in practice.
Knocking the Italian striker has become a media obsession.
The latest fly-on-the-wall education doc shows how British schools have become centres of therapy rather than learning.
Ignore the myopic miserablists; British women have never had it so good.