Mick Hume’s new book examines what’s changed in the free-speech wars.
Why it’s wrong to turn teachers into spies on ‘extremist’ kids.
myInternSwap is not an Old Boys' network 2.0 – it’s a good idea.
That seems to be the view of those condemning TOWIE girls.
No form of political expression should be banned, not even hateful ones.
Women’s football will only achieve parity with the men’s if we’re comfortable slagging games off.
Was the French philosopher really a Reaganite in poststructural clothing?
Education academics underestimate the potential of schools.
The Supreme Court ruling appealed to hearts, not minds.
Historic sex abuse claims have fuelled the UK’s compensation industry.
The problem isn’t powerful jihadism – it’s the crisis of Western values.
The new universities minister wants more meddling and micromanagement.
Ann Furedi on why we should trust women to make reproductive choices.
A new Aussie documentary should be taken with a pinch of salt.
The middle-class observers flouncing out of London need a reality check.
Sandi Toksvig’s middle-class party is another reason it’s time to bin feminism.
So what if ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ is offensive?
The pressure on the Garrick Club to admit women is a threat to our everyday freedom.
Brussels' repulsive treatment of Greece is business as usual.
In an age of personality politics, The Donald wins hands down.
Our man on the sun lounger in Syros says defy the doom-mongers.
Ignore the crusaders against Tim Hunt — women are thriving in science.
The anti-FGM campaign is harming the very women it claims to help.
Viewers don't want banter and slebs – they want good tennis highlights.
The Greek crisis has made it open season for Germany haters.
She died at 27, yes, but her life was fuller and truer than most.
PODCAST: Bruno Waterfield discusses the Greek crisis.
A 14-year-old girl tells teachers to stop pathologising pupils.
Camila Batmanghelidjh’s financial management is not the real scandal.
Syriza’s undermining of Greek democracy is even worse than the EU’s.
Air travel always brings out greens' anti-masses prejudices.
They pose as radicals, but actually are the worst kind of elitists.
What happened when the former DPP met angry Sun journalists.
The Pluto Flyby is a shining example of our unquenchable desire to discover.
The BBC’s biggest problem is that it patronises and segments its audience.
The pro-fox crusade is a mask for those hunting down human liberties.
Sugar-fearin' public-health killjoys - butt out of our eating habits.
The BBC should realise that shake-ups are good.
Economically, socially and environmentally, fracking makes sense.
Using fear to terrify Muslims away from ISIS is a really bad idea.
New York’s new consent law is bad for freedom, justice and sex.
The massive Raheem Sterling transfer fee is football at is best.
We have our messy language to thank for our puntastic wit.
The ease with which mobs can demolish content is terrifying.
In an age of offence-seeking, this comedian’s comeback was desperately needed.
The rise of petroleum-powered transport was an environmental boon.
Today's obsession with slavery has more to do with misanthropy than history.
There's nothing moral about telling other states what weapons they may have.
A Canadian feminist wants her Twitter critic convicted of harassment.
Getting parliamentary backing for a military campaign doesn’t make it right.
We need to defend free speech whether it’s for Donald Trump or Jerry Seinfeld.
The DRIPA saga shows how undemocratic UK lawmaking has become.
The new media feminism confuses bodily fluids with political issues.
Once, gay-rights activists fought orthodoxy - now they enforce it.
Asking moderators to protect free speech online is like asking wolves to guard sheep.
Stop trying to be friends, England and Australia. Cricket is war.
PODCAST: Phil Mullan says it's time to get real about the zombie economy.
James Bartholomew launches a scathing attack on the effects of welfarism.
Ishiguro’s latest is a complex meditation on history and forgetting – and a rollicking read.
Lewis Carroll knew the secret to children's stories – never moralise.
A new book rips apart the Baby Boomer-blaming script.
Why Go Set A Watchman has rattled so many liberals.
The sequel to To Kill A Mockingbird lives up to expectations.
We need to draw a line between the actions of adults and children.
Female politicians who cry sexism are doing more damage than the Old Boys' Club.
Corbynphobia reveals the terrifying conformism of modern British politics.
The MTV documentary White People makes sweeping racial generalisations.
The Western politics of identity is the fuel of modern jihadism.
Refusing to believe in race is now treated as a form of racism.
Toronto’s Twitter trial reminds us that little on the internet is as it seems.
Calm down, everyone – lion-hunting is good for Africa.
When judges get to rule on political issues, the demos loses out.
Western support for Turkey's assault on the Kurds is a familiar treachery.
Tesco’s ban will do nothing to satisfy public-health zealots.
Hearing sexual-assault claims in campus courts is a terrible idea.
A Russian case heard in London exposed the unjustness of our laws.