Podcast: Brendan O'Neill on Brexit and the unresolved nature of democracy.
No more dithering, no more anti-democracy: give us Brexit, now.
VIDEO: Tom Slater takes the fight to Brexit Justice.
The loose-lipped England manager is the latest casualty in the war on privacy.
Everyday challenges are being rebranded psychological crises.
Public inquiries should be about truth, not giving people ‘closure’.
Both of Labour's warring sides are using Jews as weapons.
Let's celebrate the revolutionary spirit of this clash with fascists.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ latest is a heart-rending triumph.
Professor Jordan Peterson tells spiked why he refuses to use mad gender pronouns.
The Remainer prime minister looks an unlikely champion of popular democracy.
Quit your fuming, Labourites: the Tories are copying your party.
Polish women have landed a huge blow for freedom and autonomy.
The new feminism's focus on the body is a step backwards.
What the Ferrante story tells us about art and humanity.
Remainer rage is fuelled by ignorance, not knowledge.
Anti-democratic, anti-worker, anti-migrant... the EU is awful.
The only moral code we need on abortion is this: trust women.
Wicked’s success invites cynicism – it deserves admiration.
Podcast: Mick Hume on why the battle for democracy isn't over.
Brexit is an opportunity for closer ties with the UK's Commonwealth cousin.
Female students don't need to be protected from lechy professors.
The student movement was born out of the demand for sexual liberation.
This is the lamest, sleaziest presidential contest in living memory.
The hypocrisy of Western interventionism is stomach-turning.
Giving ethnic minorities and women a leg-up is deeply patronising.
Many ‘mental-health problems’ are just normal childhood experiences.
What the global clown panic tells us about the politics of fear.
On this month's Last Orders, we talk sinnovation, the plunge in cancer rates and the NHS.
Anything else would be a catastrophic betrayal of democracy.
What sterling’s ‘flash crash’ tells us about the state of economic life.
Dylan isn't literature: he's for listening to, not reading.
Ivan Krastev’s Democracy Disrupted lays bare the limits of the global protest movement.
Now even academics think students need to be protected from upsetting topics.
Socialists don't pity or fear the poor like the Corbyn crew does.
This is the most cynical, politically motivated crime panic in memory.
Podcast: Frank Furedi on why university should never be a Safe Space.
Let’s reject the tick-box culture and shape the future of education.
The response to the ‘exploding phones’ fiasco reveals a fear of innovation.
Why are courts having to delve into the minutiae of complainants’ sex lives?
Louis Theroux’s zany big-screen outing is a return form.
Shooting down Russian war planes in Syria is a mad idea.
French politicians have lost any sense of what the Fifth Republic is for.
This case has exposed the illiberalism and classism of the new elite.
Trump has empowered a fearful, conspiratorial strain in US culture.
The Aussie cartoonist is being investigated by officialdom – an outrage.
A new Tate exhibition shows that contemporary art is now just about whinging.
The SNP's opportunism draws deep on anti-Brexit sentiment.
Black Panther Elaine Brown on the degradation of black liberation.
A new book explores the political instrumentalisation of parenting.
Soft Brexit sounds like a code for no real Brexit at all.
Adam Curtis's latest just doesn't hang together.
The government’s dithering over a third runway is an international embarrassment.
Bowie’s brilliance defies psychiatric reductivism.
No one lampoons PC and politics like South Park does.
Will there be no end to their wailing and hollering?
Podcast: Brendan O'Neill on Ched Evans and the rise of PC vengeance.
Brexit is an opportunity to revive politics across the UK.
Both sides in the Brexit legal challenge dismiss the will of the people.
The Leveson lobby want to find all dirt-digging journalism guilty.
The left’s obsession with Israel has rehabilitated anti-Semitism.
Campus identity politics has morphed into a new racialism.
Trump’s instinctual illiberalism is of a piece with our backward laws.
On Joanne, Gaga feels more pointless than ever.
Religious freedom, the foundation of Western liberty, is under attack.
In its quest for Cold War-era certainty, the West is inflaming world affairs.
Both sides in the child-refugee debate are astonishingly self-obsessed.
Why is everyone suddenly ‘ashamed to be British’?
The sordid fascination with abuse allegations has degraded politics.
How elite disdain for the demos paved the way for Trump.
Porn Panic! provides a frightening portrait of the left’s abandonment of liberty.
Gender politics is obscuring rather than illuminating the problems facing young males today.
In the space of a century, transgenderism has become a mainstream concern.
The one-time feminist firebrand talks to the spiked review about her radical past and conservative present.
You shouldn’t judge an artwork by the race or gender of its producer.
Cordelia Fine talks self-engendering, social determinism and aggressive men.
Contemporary feminist ideas of gender restrict rather than liberate women.
Podcast: Peter Tatchell discusses the Ashers Bakery case.
The panic over web-connected household gadgets is overblown.
Luke Gittos pays tribute to an intellectual inspiration.