Why some people are angrier about Cameron's words than his actions.
So-called modern slavery is more fiction than fact.
In the war on cab apps, the public loses out.
Nearly 50 years after Bruce’s death, ‘sick comedians’ are still in the firing line.
Jeremy Corbyn is siding with the worst of contemporary feminism.
Policing ‘cultural appropriation’ is just a PC version of segregation.
Portraiture doesn't work when it's so self-consciously intellectual.
Calm down – athletics is not in the grip of a moral malaise.
How an education charity confronted the horrors of the Bomb.
The Cosby case confirms the ideal of justice is in a parlous state.
The ‘right to be forgotten’ is a threat not to Google but to free speech.
The Premier League may not be the best, but it’s definitely the most overrated.
Welles was a genius who worked on his own terms. Why do critics feel so sorry for him?
It’s folly to view Camus' great novel through the lens of post-colonial theory.
A recent ludicrous case shows just how unreliable group claims are.
Authority in the classroom isn't just about crowd control, it is essential to transmitting knowledge.
The inquisition into historical allegations of abuse is out of control.
As if we’re on series six of this mind-numbingly dull show.
Labour has become the party of benefits claimants and public-sector workers.
A shocking case shows that assisted suicide is about more than alleviating suffering.
Dairy farming is a hardnosed business, not a rural idyll.
Batmanghelidjh was brought down by a panic she helped propagate.
It’s time we let go of the ‘spirit of 2012’.
Croatia shows the world how to get away with murder.
We don’t need celebrity feminists to raise our awareness.
Why we must stand with Bangladesh’s vilified secularist bloggers.
What Lynton Crosby’s attack on UKIP tells us about the conformism of PR politics.
Dismissing a youth’s violent act as racism is a cop-out
Students’ feelings of vulnerability are driving the regulation of sex on campus.
Like the cybernats, Jeremy Corbyn’s fans can’t stomach dissent.
An Edinburgh Fringe veteran says comics have got complacent.
The strange alliance between leftists and extremists is eroding free speech.
Like Blair, the rise of Corbyn reflects the disintegration of Labour.
Using stats to predict individuals’ future criminality is a frightening prospect.
The GOP presidential candidate is guilty of having the ‘wrong’ attitudes.
Not every problem in the world needs to be gendered.
Denormalisation strategies are curtailing our everyday freedoms.
No radical should support special privileges for women.
Too many in the West are seeing a disaster as a moral lesson.
This latest therapeutic fad encourages us to retreat from life.
The Children's Society's latest report relies on nonsense measures and meaningless stats.
Yes, most comedians can say what they want. But they don't.
How a consumer movement became a battle against censorious feminists.
The pick-up industry feeds on the fear of emotional rejection.
Dismaland is a big fat joke at the masses' expense.
The Ashley Madison hack is cruelty masquerading as morality.
Survivors’ children need to free themselves from their parents’ past.
Political correctness has made us more wary of one another.
Five ways same-sex marriage is harming the freedom of faith.
This Autumn, spiked explores the future for freedom in the 21st century.
The sculptor emerged at a time when artists believed they could change the world.
spiked’s editor falls foul of the new elite.
Sarah Franken talks ISIS, censorship and the perils of being pigeon-holed.
Christian Butler reports on the Edinburgh Fringe’s new push for inclusivity.
It’s less a struggle for Labour’s soul than two cliques squabbling over a corpse.
A fascinating new book explores the Kantian origins of the modern university.
Robert Hewison’s critique of New Labour arts policy misses the point.
Michel Houellebecq’s Submission is a powerful novel about the fragility of Western culture.
Alex Epstein tells spiked why we need to celebrate our impact on nature.
A new book warns of the threats posed by the obsession with rape.
Adult colouring-books speak to the infantilisation of the West.