Hearing speech that offends you is good – it makes you argue back.
Listen to our New York debate on why hate speech should be free speech.
Peter Gelb of the Met in NYC on why he staged The Death of Klinghoffer.
The Australian’s Chris Mitchell on the illiberal liberals threatening press freedom.
The death toll in the Mediterranean proves that the EU is the enemy of freedom of movement.
spiked’s editor takes to the airwaves to talk reason, liberty and progress.
A culture of mistrust in Westminster meant this inquiry was doomed to unravel.
Calorie labels on food do more harm than good.
Assisted suicide is morally abhorrent – even when it is understandable.
After the Bill Maher debacle, Berkeley needs a new Free Speech Movement.
SU meddling has turned student newspapers into little more than PR rags.
The naming of Ann Maguire's childish murderer helps no one.
Those who think Britain is a splintered society should watch this heartwarming show.
The policing of fans hasn't gone away, it's just become more insidious.
It’s perverse to brand her behaviour as a seven-year-old as ‘sexual assault’.
The US midterms exposed the Obama administration’s utter exhaustion.
The police and local councils are destroying London’s nightlife.
The A-word is distracting us from addressing the real economic malaise.
Why the fall of the wall did not herald a new golden age of politics.
Arts venues need to stand up for the public's right to view controversial art.
Right wingers need to stop carping about luvvie bias at the Beeb.
The terrifying censoriousness of the campaign against Dapper Laughs.
Christopher Nolan's flawed space epic is both a challenge to Hollywood and our modernity-loathing age.
Dead Ed is no more disconnected or 'odd' than the party he leads.
Landing a spacecraft on a comet millions of miles away is a human triumph.
Rio Ferdinand's ban for mouthing off on Twitter shows how sanctimonious the FA has become.
How Theresa May is fuelling unfounded rumours about ‘VIP paedos’.
Rebecca Newberger Goldstein talks to spiked about why we should return to Plato.
This translated collection will bring the French writer's sparing prose to a new audience.
It’s not just bureaucrats who are suspicious of the demos.
Lena Dunham is the voice of my generation? Piss off.
Matt Taylor’s shirt isn’t holding women back – feminism is.
A young feminist tells her sisters to quit the scaremongering.
Feminism used to be about expanding freedom. What went wrong?
The development of synthetic dyes was a mini industrial revolution.
The rubbishing of Band Aid 30 is based on cynicism, not substance.
The first casualty of IS in Britain could well be our freedom.
A lawsuit filed against Harvard and UNC reveals affirmative action’s racist heart.
New UK laws have freed the state to act as it pleases.
Our dilapidated democracy just needs one thing: bigger, better ideas.
Jihadi John's alleged involvement in the riots makes perfect sense.
Read the speech Brendan O’Neill was banned from making at Oxford University.
How official anti-racism divides us all.
Petitioners and celebs are trashing the idea of redemption.
Read the speech Tom Slater gave at the Oxford Union.
Emily Thornberry’s tweet captured her party’s disdain for its former voters.
Ignore the miserable greens – carbon is a boon to humanity.
On spiked’s storming conference with the Newseum in Washington, DC.
We forget this at our peril.
Pro-life societies are being censored. Now, a fightback has begun.
From the academy to politics, intolerance is back in fashion.
Timothy Spall is outstanding as the artist who invented modernism.
But he should still be able to talk nonsense in the UK.
Author Peter Lloyd tells spiked why he’s against the feminisation of blokes.
David Hare’s Behind the Beautiful Forevers: a portrait of poverty that lacks perspective.
The Wigan chairman’s only crime was to belong to a less PC generation.
The shooting was terrible. But so is the fatalism of much of the response.