Australia’s marriage plebiscite has exposed the elite’s fear of voters.
Time to call off this unhealthy obsession with teenagers’ wellbeing.
Freedom of the press and the web faces new threats in the US and UK.
Life on the Road is Ricky Gervais’s last stab at the mainstream.
Yes, the burkini ban is wrong, but so is the demonisation of France.
The West has gone backwards on free speech since 1989.
Podcast: how ‘open borders’ became a tool of social engineering.
Vaccines, 9/11, toxic wifi... the US Green Party has some mad views.
The rise of the wankers speaks to a crisis of human intimacy.
Meet the one candidate it might be worth supporting.
The Eiffel Tower will renew your faith in our species’ ingenuity.
The ANC has demoralised post-Apartheid South Africa.
BLM has become a prop for white, Western self-loathing.
A recent human-rights case shows the dangers of giving addicts drug substitutes.
The war on clubbing is an assault on freedom and adulthood.
Inspiring new initiatives are helping Irish women get the services they need.
Germany's technocratic elite is to blame for the rise of the AfD.
Calls for an inquiry into the referendum undermine the democratic process.
The West is betraying the Kurds. It’s a new low in global affairs.
People are living longer, fuller lives. Let’s celebrate.
The environment has been hijacked by both left and right.
The whole establishment has been rattled by our defiant cry.
Brendan O'Neill, Cathy Young and Lauren Southern on PC and its dissenters.
Building shanty towns is no solution to the migrant crisis.
Theresa May's plans won't tackle the narrow instrumentalism of education.
The party's over. Why won't anyone admit it?
Middle-class media feminists have nothing to say to poor girls.
The Syria Truce is a desperate attempt to restore the pre-2011 set-up.
Without cultural appropriation, art withers.
Investigating Farage for hate speech would be an act of tyranny.
The madness of arresting Britons who sign up with the Kurds.
After decades of dithering, we must demand action on airport expansion.
By criminalising sexism, the police are acting like Victorian chaperones.
She criticises Safe Spaces on campus yet wants to Safe Space all of Britain.
A new book eviscerates the West's neo-racialism.
Charles Murray talks to Sean Collins about the new class war.
Podcast: Tim Black on the impossibility of peace in Syria.
Why France’s de-radicalisation centres won’t stem the new jihadism.
Students, resist SU coddling and insist on being treated as adults.
Clinton's attack on 'deplorables' reveals an ugly prejudice.
This costly project could set back the energy revolution we need.
The yearning for democracy goes well beyond Farage and Co.
Freshers, ignore the fearmongers and enjoy your newfound freedom.
The fun, drunk smoker has been straightened out. How depressing.
The obsession with ‘student stress’ makes campus life dull and censorious.
This Yewtree-themed drama raises pressing questions about the post-Savile era.
The obsession with racism on campus is harming human relations.
EU elites think voters are too thick to know what’s right.
Don't let fun-sponge officials ruin your nights out.
Gazza isn’t the only one having his collar felt for telling a crap joke.
Let's stop expecting Paralympians to make society a better place.
Making a spectacle of ‘criminals’ has no place in a democracy.
Podcast: Tom Slater and Robby Soave on free speech at university.
It's not just Labour that's backstabbing itself to death.
Snowflake students are censoring everyone, and universities are to blame.
The killing of Nahed Hattar speaks to the new intolerance.
Think big. Trust ordinary people. And don’t join the Labour Party.
The debate showed why both candidates are so unpopular.
The EU’s citizenship programme is a truly depressing spectacle.
Five times Labour attacked the working class at conference this week.
Now the campus bores are in a flap over white t-shirt socials.
Why it's wrong to prosecute the British soldiers who fought in Iraq.
New South Wales voters have had enough of being treated like children.
Why identity miserabilists hate holidaymaking.
Ceri Dingle takes her documentary about CLR James to Trinidad.
Anthony Gottlieb talks toleration, autonomy and Spinoza’s God.
Stands of conscience often give voice to positions that deepen the moral basis of our lives.
Katie Roiphe on breaking the biggest taboo: death.
The history of conscience is simultaneously a history of ethical freedom.
Podcast: Mary Eberstadt talks to Ella Whelan about religious freedom.
A new book reclaims the ethical high ground from the the pro-life movement.