Nadine Strossen talks free speech, women's equality and defending porn.
We talk Dolmio, tap water with meals and the state of nannying across Europe.
College leaders need to stand up to this illiberal and bigoted campaign.
Australian campuses have become infested with victim politics.
Blair Spowart reports on the anti-Prevent protest at the University of Edinburgh.
The cover-ups around the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans are not over yet.
The new mayor should champion creative technology.
We need more roads, cheaper fuel and greater freedom for everyone.
We must roll back regulations on public life.
A thriving, buzzing city deserves better than the politics of fear.
Why Leicester won – and why they've made the commentators swoon.
The ANC has betrayed ordinary South Africans.
By pushing for more central control, the EU has signed its death warrant.
In football, there is no such thing as a 'second-favourite team'.
Trump's rise confirms the alarming decay of the Republicans.
We talk the London mayor, Rhodes Must Fall and Leicester City.
The nationalists' lost majority is good news for liberty and the Union.
Khan’s win shatters liberal hysteria about Brits as Muslim-haters.
The election results confirm the gap between the political elite and the people.
The HRA hasn’t protected freedoms – it's undermined them.
We don’t need to decide on a blueprint for a post-EU Britain – we just need to take back control.
The pro-Brussels side is a hotbed of prejudice against Europe's peoples.
Being a bit stressed out doesn't make you mentally ill.
In the war on ISIS, only Russia is acting as if there’s something worth fighting for.
The outcry over Sir Philip Green’s handling of staff pensions is overblown.
The blacklisting of single-sex social clubs is another blow to student freedom.
Bashing Turkey distracts us from the crisis of European values.
The performance of Glenn Close once again elevates this musical version of the Billy Wilder classic.
We must stop pathologising normal human emotions like stress and anxiety.
Edward Wilson-Lee talks Shakespeare in East Africa.
Sally Satel explains how therapy culture makes us sick.
A new study shows how pseudo-victims’ claims differ to those of true victims.
Too many are reading too much into Ukraine’s Eurovision victory.
The debate over transgender bathrooms reveals the madness of identity politics.
Let’s scrap the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act once and for all.
The culture of fear poses the greatest threat to everyday life.
The new concise edition of Mick Hume’s Trigger Warning is a call to arms.
Training, trendy initiatives and government meddling are the real time-wasters.
Facebook hasn't been brainwashing users. But it has been dishonest.
The EU referendum debate has taken the politics of fear to a new low.
Philosopher Bryan Magee embraces the unanswerability of those ultimate questions.
Abortion is still a crime in the UK – it’s time to change that.
State-school kids are being denied the knowledge-rich education they deserve.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
It's time Jonny Greenwood was set free from this miserabilist outfit.
What history can and can’t tell us about Shakespeare’s continued resonance.
Mick Hume discusses the ‘hand grenade’ edition of his book, Trigger Warning.
Promises of driverless cars and space travel ring empty without funding for research.
The prosecution of the Pegida leader reflects the elite’s contempt for the people.
The presidential election captures the ebb of Europe’s political mainstream.
Why are female students infantilising themselves?
Or, quite possibly, both? A sanguine Manchester United fan writes.
Calls for gay- or black-only dorms are deeply conservative.
Public-health bores are squabbling over who should tell us how to live.
A Palace fan on why that old trophy still matters.
It’s little wonder people are fearful of making abuse allegations.
What the politics of fear and the politics of hope share in common.
The left’s turncoat Remainers have betrayed democracy.
Slavoj Zizek discusses migration, PC and the crisis of European values.
The EU elite is defined by its fear of popular sovereignty.
A new documentary reveals a thinker always willing to challenge orthodoxies.
George Steiner shows that the idea of Europe is too important to be left to politicians.
Anthony Pagden talks to Tim Black about the development of the idea of Europe.
‘The old racist slogan of white man’s burden has been turned into white man’s guilt.’
Rémi Brague explains why the Romans’ inferiority before the Greeks was so important to European culture.
A new study of Ray Bradbury reminds us how much the author of Fahrenheit 451 believed in humanity.
On this month’s Last Orders, we discuss the state of nannying Down Under.
Identity politics has politicised attention-seeking.
Reducing the Kenyan uprising to a colonial morality tale does it a disservice.