Solar power is still more expensive and less efficient than fossil fuels.
This election confirms that things have changed utterly.
The best way to counter extremism is through open discussion.
Forcing Islamist students to have balanced meetings is a mistake.
Goldsmith and Khan seem to have nothing to offer but their personalities.
New studies claiming 'breast is best' have gone way too far.
No amount of spin can hide environmentalism's miserablism.
The UK foreign secretary doesn't know the first thing about the conflict.
Tests for four-year-olds will only entrench low expectations.
Yes, kids are being allowed to make mistakes, but our mutual suspicion of others persists.
The crisis of the GOP is greater than people realise.
The progressive’s case for a Brexit.
Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie has a surprisingly radical twist.
Let’s raise a glass of Toilet Duck to the foulmouthed priest.
Jed Rasula talks to Tim Black about the revolutionary artistic movement.
Sean Collins and Bruno Waterfield discuss the democratic fightback.
A bogus ‘revenge porn’ scandal shows how nasty campus feminism has become.
The EU's problems have nothing to do with Putin.
Feminists have lent the likes of Adam Johnson an excuse.
We shouldn't punish sex work. We shouldn't celebrate it, either.
Frank Furedi on a brilliant film about one man’s search for meaning.
Start by getting rid of all the petty restrictions and censorship.
We need faster, more frequent transport.
spiked raises the stakes in London’s mayoral election.
A comedian is on trial in Canada for telling a cruel joke. Get angry.
It was talent, not drugs, that secured her grand-slam victories.
Why are renegade liberals demanding Euro leaders teach 'Johnny Turk' a lesson?
The solution to poor-me millennials’ plight is simple – build more houses.
Thirtysomething generational jihadists know nothing of history.
The least that this most radical Suffragette deserves is a statue.
How The Beatles producer changed the music game.
Well-off students make unconvincing warriors against 'imperialistic' statues.
We talk football, Turkey's press crackdown and International Women's Day.
Sarah Kane's play will blow your mind – if you’ll let it.
She said critical things about anorexia? Cast her out!
The elite can't fight The Donald because it unwittingly created him.
Gabriel Dorey reports on UCLU’s undemocratic embrace of BDS.
The Irish state has just banned an obscene novel. That is outrageous.
The Tory candidate wants to rein in this great city’s potential.
Attempts to make the referendum more woman-friendly are insulting.
My vision for London: fight for our right to stay out all night.
My vision for London: celebrate social shifting and hipster initiative.
German voters are rebelling against the paternalistic 'liberal' elite.
Any democrat should defend the Sun against the new Crown censorship.
The latest idea taking workplaces by storm is pretty anti-human.
There’s much more to vaping than harm reduction.
Men’s rights activists are pathologising masculinity.
We should not be demonising electricity — we should be celebrating it.
The former Top Gear presenter is the perfect poster-boy for Remain.
We discuss the left and Jews, German politics, and Britain's Budget.
A challenging new biopic reveals a tireless, fearless revolutionary.
Gabriel Dorey reports on last week's anti-NUS protest.
A Kestrel for a Knave is a tribute to working-class aspiration.
Labour-bashing commentators are clouding this important discussion.
Operation Midland may have closed, but the elite obsession with child abuse continues.
Hurt the terrorists by being free: Brendan O'Neill in English and Dutch.
There is both more and less to the Tory civil war than the headlines suggest.
A psychiatric nurse on the cruelty of hospital smoking bans.
It’s no mystery why Brits are more shocked by the Brussels bombs – they hit closer to home.
The ban, introduced 10 years ago, was just the start of an assault on our everyday freedoms.
Marinetti’s explosive, utopian text continues to inspire – and discomfort.
Podcast: Both terrorists and officials want us to be scared. Let’s refuse.
How the Easter Rising inspired radicals from India to America.
What we can learn from the hero of the Easter Rising.
The Easter Rising remains an inspiring blow for freedom.
Relations between Cuba and the US are improving. This is a positive step.
Genocide trials are more about interpreting history than punishing criminals.
Discriminatory laws are ruining the beautiful game.
Why are cops so keen to trend online and impress Buzzfeed?
Let's end the politicisation of education.
In the London mayoral contest, it’s time we replaced identity with ideas.
This acquittal has exposed the ugly excesses of modern feminism.
The grey Brussels bureaucracy doesn't reflect colourful, dynamic Europe.
Why vote to stay in something you know is undemocratic?
Both Leave and Stay play the fear card, and that’s bad for democracy.
The Age of Genius is overburdened by its animosity towards religion.
Moral autonomy demands courage, judgement and a recognition that the world is not how we'd like it to be.
Vincenzo Ferrone explains why historians need to reclaim the Enlightenment.
Michael Young and Johan Muller show how the Enlightenment link between knowledge and truth is vital to education.
Tiffany Jenkins discusses her new book, Keeping Their Marbles.
Enlightenment thinkers were haunted by the reality of popular self-determination.