‘Body-positive’ dolls burden children with adult anxieties.
Moaning about Cameron’s use of language won’t tackle the migrant crisis.
The bigotry of elites who sneer at those who back The Donald.
The fuss over the tech giant’s taxes is a conspiracy over nothing.
The scaremongering over the virus is deeply damaging.
Students' unions that want to ‘protect women’ are turning the clock back.
Anti-Israel intolerance has made a sham of academic freedom.
Hatred isn’t big or clever, but it should never be a crime.
The case of the ex-Dragons’ Den star exposes the necessary complexity of the law.
If nobody likes Cameron’s EU deal, why are they all backing it?
Monitoring student activity destroys the educational experience.
David Aaronovitch’s Commie memoir is funny, but it isn’t the whole truth.
People across the political spectrum now embrace the vulnerable self.
Tensions may be rising, but Russia is not to blame.
Every woman, not just those threatened by Zika, should have choice.
Yes, this ruling was mad. But UK officials only have themselves to blame.
Maria Konnikova’s latest is enough to make sceptics of us all.
Support bpas’s campaign to decriminalise abortion.
Fashionable ideas are killing university life.
As one hysteria is exposed, another replaces it.
The rise in teenage mental-health problems is not all it seems.
Oxford student Eleanor Sharman explains why feminism fails women.
Beyoncé’s performance was more about recognition than empowerment.
The rise of Sanders and Trump reflects the decay of the establishment.
Hogan-Howe's climbdown was welcome, but not enough.
Why old-school gender politics is turning off young women.
A big-state socialist? Actually, Sanders is pretty libertarian.
The re-release of Manos: The Hands of Fate allows us to appreciate better its unique awfulness.
Richard Dawkins’ book is more than a Thatcherite manifesto.
Charles Taylor explores the making and conflicts of the modern self.
The truth about men and women's pay.
The mixing and meshing of different cultures is something to celebrate.
The spirit of curiosity remains the noblest of human attributes.
We should support the junior doctors, but criticise the NHS.
Denounced as a conservative, Scalia was actually pretty edgy.
Scalia was right: judges have become too powerful and political.
The row about India's access to the internet is a storm in a chai cup.
Nukes have long been Britain’s ticket to the top table of global power.
The government wants you to think you’re mentally ill. You aren’t.
A campaign in France has struck a blow for women’s freedom.
When Stephen Fry is holding the line for comic freedom, we’re in real trouble.
On British campuses, pro-Israel students are having a rough time.
The death of print newspapers is bad news for our intellects.
Watch the videos from our explosive campus-censorship conference.
Ryan Reynolds’ turn as the wisecracking Marvel mutant is a long-awaited treat.
Students at the University of Cape Town are demonising an entire race – white people.
The Supreme Court’s verdict highlighted how irrational our approach to youth violence has become.
He was a man of his principles. But he didn’t always stick to them.
Why optimists, radicals and progressives should vote out of the EU.
The distinction between migrant and refugee is a dangerous illusion.
The West stoked this war, so why trust it now to deliver peace?
Liberalising migration without first convincing the public is a mistake.
Libraries are for reading, not knitting.
The rush to ‘believe’ rape complainants is a dangerous trend.
People with learning disabilities should be integrated into society.
The FBI is trying to strongarm Apple into compromising user privacy.
To Kill a Mockingbird is a paean to universalism.
These two candidates are shaking up a staid political life. Good.
On the humanist ethic behind Brutalism.
A new volume of Eliot’s letters charts his inner turmoil.
It’s not smartphones and Facebook that are making us permanently distracted.
Joanna Williams’ new book is a welcome broadside against the barbarians in the academy.
The stage adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s classic does not disappoint.
We don’t need Brussels to stave off another World War.
John Banville talks to Ella Whelan about Beckett, making it new, and the beauty of dishwasher instruction manuals.
They aren't political activists, they're climate snobs.
Ignore the Met’s spin and remember the lessons of Operation Elveden.