Why the baronial fight against King John still matters.
Forcing a surrogate mum to part with her child is an outrage.
It’s a political game of displacement that doesn’t have much to do with football.
Referring to God as 'She' is just silly.
Westminster’s war on privacy predates the Tory majority.
Underpinning the semi-war against ISIS is a profound lack of moral authority.
He had a big personality. But in his own words, he wasn’t anti-war.
The Tory ban on ‘psychoactive substances’ is deeply authoritarian.
From the SNP to the trans lobby, why is everyone so belligerent?
It’s their ideas that matter, not their race or sex.
The Advertising Standards Authority has become a censorious tyrant.
A fascinating new biography explores the debauched life of seminal art patron Peter Watson.
Jubilant, sweary and a little bit pissed, the Arsenal star's victory-parade performance proved he’s a fan, too.
Jon Holbrook says the Human Rights Act makes a mockery of Magna Carta.
The public must challenge the idea that rape is everywhere.
A vote against the EU is a vote for Europeans.
Those seeking the moral highground are taking football hype to a new low.
The crackdown on e-cigs threatens more than smokers’ health.
The authorities’ attack on religious schools is an affront to a tolerant society.
Australian politicians who once disapproved of same-sex marriage are now shamelessly embracing it.
The redefinition of marriage will do more harm than good.
Granny-bashing has become twentysomething politicos’ default setting.
This Kafkaesque debacle shows how officialdom has green-lit campus censorship.
Islamist Turkey only exists in the minds of cosseted commentators.
The new feminism is the gloss on the West’s loss of faith in itself.
Since 1215, the charter has kept citizens free and monarchs in check.
Headlong Theatre’s pledge to commission 50 per cent female playwrights reeks of moral grandstanding.
The anti-doping witch-hunt is dragging another Olympian’s name through the mud.
Why, 40 years on, Spielberg's classic is not showing its age.
PODCAST: Mick Hume discusses his new book, Trigger Warning.
Authoritarian ‘sin taxes’ are making the poor poorer.
Joshua Oppenheimer’s stunning new documentary about the Indonesian purges refuses to pity its subjects.
The Troika is riding roughshod over the needs and wishes of the Greek people.
Rachel Dolezal is in good company – whites ‘passing’ for blacks has a long inglorious history.
The Dolezal story exposes the disturbing influence of identity politics.
Blaming some young Brits' attraction to ISIS on online grooming is a fudge.
Who can blame India for wanting to get rid of these eco-meddlers?
Clinton’s weepy campaign confirms that identity politics has gone mainstream.
The celebration of the pope's eco-encyclical shows just how moralistic environmentalists are.
The child-protection industry is constructing the crime it claims to combat.
Killjoy bureaucrats are regulating clubbing out of existence.
As soon as computers manage to crack Joyce’s prose, we’re all screwed.
No one is watching the Women's World Cup – and it's not because of chauvinism.
Mick Hume’s new book, Trigger Warning, recounts an heretical history.
spiked talks to David Boaz, author of The Libertarian Mind.
Volunteer-tourism projects are not the political panacea some claim they are.
Caroline Criado-Perez’s new book is obsessed with the weakness of womanhood.
John Heartfield made mocking tyrants an artform.
Francesca Klug’s new book offers an insight into why the human-rights project has failed to garner public support.
The attacks on individualism reflect the crisis of individual autonomy.
PODCAST: Jennie Bristow discusses her new book on Boomer-blaming.
The UK’s devolved parliaments have become shockingly illiberal.
Contrary to the post-election fearmongering, nationalism is not on the march.
Why space missions are worth the money and the risk.
The left-right panto over Corbyn reveals the hollow core of British politics.
No, Dylann Roof’s act of nihilism was not ‘the real America’.
Lauren Southern talks to Ella Whelan about standing up to feminist orthodoxy.
An illustrated lecture on African-Americans and guns.
Those demanding gun control post-Charleston need a history lesson.
MRAs are as mired in victimhood as the feminists they despise.
The End Austerity Now protest was dominated by low aspirations.
The left rages against mild Tory cuts yet dreams of imposing real austerity.
Deshorn Brown should be ashamed of himself.
Destroying symbols won’t change the past.
A new documentary offers a scintillating insight into the era of Rudd and Gillard.
Taylor Swift was right to stand up to Apple. Now let's tackle the freeloading fans.
A UK council’s refusal to allow shale-gas exploration is very bad news.
Taking Durkheim's Suicide out of schools is madness.
Glastonbury speaks to the 21st-century crisis of popular culture.
A senile old lord is being subjected to a showtrial.
We can’t trust our illiberal leaders to protect our freedoms.
The best response to this massacre? More freedom, more holidays.
Fear of the future is no reason to stay in the EU.