The problem on campus isn’t hate preaching — it’s academic cowardice.
After 50 years of feminism, women want to fantasise about dominant men.
ESSAY: Political elites have denigrated and abandoned the public.
Why are student activists so blinkered on the issue of Israel?
Thirty years on, how that uprising altered everything.
The tuition fees debate shows how philistine our leaders have become.
Blaming Putin for everything bad in the world is a dangerous game.
A racist-reporting app is designed to swamp football with grasses.
His speech stood in stark contrast to the relativism of the modern West.
If Labour wins the election, press freedom will be a big loser.
Why I’ll be devouring the ‘sequel’ to To Kill A Mockingbird.
Dalton Trumbo’s Johnny Got His Gun deserves a new audience.
Stephen Jimenez talks to Mark Adnum about the truth behind the myth.
Marilynne Robinson’s religious warmth is a breath of fresh air in this cynical age.
Robert Crawford’s biography provides a sympathetic portrait of the poet as a young man.
Why the German thinker's anti-human ideas live on.
Susan Neiman's Enlightened insights into my generation's childishness.
It is not just the museum-destroying Islamic State that yearns for a Year Zero.
Nigel Farage on consensus, conformism and the virtue of dissent.
The US needs big ideas and ballsy politicians.
Anti-growth, anti-human and bizarrely pro-horse riding: a Green government would be awful.
There’s an ironic paternalism to the anti-pay gap campaign.
Today’s parliamentary vote on plain packs for cigs needs to consider some actual facts.
Patrick West reports from South Thanet – Farage’s prospective constituency.
Politicians are too tied to environmentalism to oppose austerity.
Why politicians love to pose as the grand protectors of children.
It is beyond wrong to hold Russia responsible for the Ukrainian instability.
The problem is not who takes part, but what they have to say.
The whiff of Brave New World in consent classes for 11-year-olds.
This latest green initiative is promising, but it will cost British taxpayers a fortune.
If you find football fans singing ‘get your tits out’ shocking, then you really need to get out more.
Student officials who want to protect 'the weak' undermine universalism.
Why did so few free-speech advocates stand up for the racist singing frat?
Racist views can only be tackled through open debate, not censorship.
In Britain in 2015 you can be jailed for singing a song. Where’s the anger?
Too many campaigners now treat women as the fairer, incapable sex.
The treatment of D&G exposes the shrill censoriousness of our age.
Western feminists have resuscitated the myth of the rapacious foreigner.
Rather than reducing the English language to pale neutrality, let’s enrich it.
Anti-discrimination laws heighten racial sensitivity and destroy meritocracy.
Bereft of vision, Miliband now cynically sells himself as Not Blair.
The UK’s clueless counterterrorism strategy sees threats everywhere.
Politicians’ view of 16-year-olds is schizophrenic.
It took more than an incompetent commander to cause 96 deaths.
The response to Trevor Phillips’ TV doc shows that the real prejudice today is against white UKIP voters.
The hysterical response to fans rushing the pitch shows how sanitised football has become.
We must stop treating the consumption of porn as good or healthy.
The demo against the offending designers was a limp, censorious affair.
Sexual-assault claims are being used to shut down a Cambridge fast-food joint.
In the current climate, it’s all too easy for fantasists to be taken seriously.
The UK state is prosecuting tabloid reporters for telling the truth.
She’s been framed before, and it looks like she–ll be framed again.
Love him or loathe him, he had something his successors lack.
Lee Kuan Yew transformed a small trading post – but at a cost.
The media’s complicity in Sunday’s pub stunt reeks of double standards.
A National Association of Scholars report interrogates the tyranny of sustainability on campus.
NAS president Peter Wood on why it’s time to challenge this campus religion.
Today’s new racialists are judging people on the colour of their skin.
Oxford’s illiberal campaign to control everyday city life.
This is more than a personality clash – it’s a shift in the world order.
Refereeing errors don't detract from football – they add to the drama.
Far from being parochial, Top Gear was loved from Italy to Iran.
To Pimp A Butterfly is a rap classic for Generation Y to call its own.
The rootless politics embodied by Clegg is now widespread in Westminster.
The policing of language has reached lunatic levels.
Barely a day passes without someone demanding a ban on something.
Why the outrage over a mug? Labour has been bashing migrants for 50 years.
Yes, Amanda Knox has been demonised. But so has Italy.
We need 260,000 new homes a year, and officials won’t build them.