Claire Fox’s rousing new book digs deep into the genesis of generation snowflake.
Stephanie Coontz’s re-issued challenge to 1950s nostalgia, The Way We Never Were, continues to provoke.
Would the 1970s punk generation have backed Brexit?
A 1960s firebrand explores the generational cleavages of that most tumultuous of decades.
Olivier Roy talks to Josie Appleton about why radical Islam has become a global youth protest movement.
Listen to Frank Furedi's opening talk from the spiked-Institute of Ideas Brexit event.
We talk democracy with protesters at London's March for Europe.
London’s pro-EU rally showed how fragile democracy is.
The Tory contender stands accused of betrayal – for being true to Brexit.
Join spiked’s campaign to defend democracy.
Australians deserved better than this ideas-lite shambles.
The legal challenge to Brexit is an outrage against democracy.
Chilcot allows politicians to blame Blair for their own failings.
We talk malnutrition, smoking in Syria and takeaways in schools.
His films were once unmistakably Spielbergian – now they could be made by anyone.
The US Supreme Court has dealt a blow to anti-choice activists.
Leavers speak to spiked about their visions for Britain.
The Deer Hunter director captured something of the human condition.
You think we know the truth about Iraq? Think again.
Money-obsessed and anti-working class – the liberal left has revealed its ugly side.
In praise of Elie Wiesel.
Jupiter was once considered a god; this mission proves we’re mightier.
From the generation of 1914 to the Millennials, what can generational labels really tell us?
spiked’s Invoke Article 50 NOW! campaign pickets Mishcon De Reya.
We discuss the attacks on Brexit and our new campaign for democracy.
The Tory race reveals how anti-political feminism is.
We can’t rely on the elite to deliver us democracy.
Beneath the managerial exterior beats the heart of an authoritarian.
EU expansionism is a bigger problem than Putin’s ambitions.
A note to lawyers: parliament is sovereign because it expresses the will of the people.
Why has there been such an emotional reaction to Brexit?
Remain has become a religion, whose Truth we must not deny.
Robert Lepage’s multi-media masterpiece continues to inspire and bewitch.
It would surely be better if predictions of Labour’s break-up proved true.
This is about more than Brexit – it’s about democracy itself.
The US needs to rediscover its universalist outlook.
Don’t blame defenders for a dull Euro 2016 – attacking tacticians need to up their games.
This enjoyable reboot doesn’t hit the heights of its 1984 predecessor.
From its inception, the European Union has been destined for ruin.
After Nice, the fight for freedom and democracy must get real.
Brendan O'Neill says we need to rediscover the Bastille spirit.
A trade unionist explains why Brexit has so rattled our rulers.
The denigration of the white working class is the real prejudice of our age.
The government’s dithering is an attempt to dilute the people’s will.
Cameron was Blair with a blue rosette.
Anyone interested in prison reform should be gutted Gove has gone.
The failed putsch exposes the problems facing modernity itself.
Asia builds airports and revolutionary trains, and we can’t even lay some tarmac.
The Labour leadership contest is being used to depoliticise debate.
A party that treats women as weak is unlikely to get a female leader.
The Savoy production’s understudy is the breakout star.
The Milo/Leslie Jones spat exposes the awfulness of the alt-right.
Ann Furedi discusses her new book.
Republican disarray has allowed for a total Donald takeover.
He’s using the failed coup to bolster his war on liberty.
Officialdom now treats us more as patients than citizens.
‘Progressive censorship’ is spreading from colleges into politics.
The Cold War on doping is ruining sport.
The case of Purvi Patel should chill anyone who believes in freedom.
Has ISIS been reading Conrad’s classic novel The Secret Agent?
The entire elite wants to delay Article 50. We must fight them.
The EU is the antithesis of internationalism.
A five-point plan for kick-starting the economy.
Thinkers and writers offer their thoughts on politics post-referendum.
Brexit has exposed the contradictions of global citizenship.
Why the EU can only define itself by what it disdains.
Podcast: Brexit creates the space for a new, better politics.