Does a legal ruling spell the end of the 'gig economy'?
Clinton is a symptom of a dire new politics, not its cause.
Celebrities' political preaching reveals a disdain for the public.
The Bank of England behaves politically because politicians gave it power.
The punishment of NYU's Michael Rectenwald should worry us all.
Hillary's server scandal shows she is careless and entitled.
Moore shreds his own reputation with his propagandistic ode to Hillary.
People should be free to decide if they want to don a poppy.
The use of the law to stymie Brexit is a naked, elitist assault on democracy.
MPs are undermining the demos in the name of democracy.
Damon Linker, Joel Kotkin and Daniel McCarthy discuss The Donald.
Hen Mazzig on how campus culture has become hostile to Jews.
Children are being encouraged to see everyday emotions as a problem.
The oil pipeline protests have been hijacked by anti-progress greens.
The masses – not lawyers or experts or politicos – should shape the nation.
Being on the spectrum does not automatically excuse criminal behaviour.
Claims that Trump is ‘Putin’s Puppet’ sound like left-wing McCarthyism.
His shallow, illiberal campaign is the sordid end result of anti-politics.
Attacks on Christians’ freedom of conscience are attacks on us all.
Our American correspondent on why neither deserves your ballot.
The Brexit case revealed the depth of the crisis of democracy.
The UN's global health body is telling lies about vaping.
Our US correspondent on Trump and the death of the establishment.
His victory speaks to an historic crisis of the American political class.
It is the anti-Trump set that is trading reason for emotionalism.
Women and minorities can think for themselves.
…is the transatlantic elite’s hatred of democracy.
Both the EU and post-EU Britain are throttling the liberty to think.
The Pause programme is taking choice away from women.
Trump will have unchecked power. Libertarians should be worried.
Cohen wasn’t the godfather of gloom; his music lifts you up.
His songs inspired me to try to make something of my life.
Podcast: three US writers on what we can expect in the Trump Age.
The worst response to terror is to sacrifice liberty.
The Safe Space culture means students can't cope with politics.
Politicians should be judged through the ballot box, not the witness box.
Farage is propagating the myth that Brexit = Trump.
The feminist attacks on female Trump voters have been grotesque.
Evil Empire-bashing is no longer the preserve of the right.
European leaders fear a similar revolt of ‘deplorables’ over here.
Cronyism and bigotry already define the Trump administration.
This anti-tabloid campaign loathes ordinary people.
Brexit-bashing teachers want to turn education into re-education.
City University is meant to foster journalism, not censor it.
Today's self-styled radicals care more about GDP figures than people.
How the elitist fear of the underclass was given a PC makeover.
Podcast: Australia's Bill Leak on his run-in with a new inquisition.
Penny-pinching attacks on the monarchy are no substitute for democratic principles.
Right now, the fearmongering over Trump is a bigger problem than Trump.
Journalism students reject their SU's petty newspaper ban.
How Clinton, Bush and Obama laid the foundations for The Wall.
In the pursuit of ‘VIP paedos', fundamental principles were jettisoned.
Demands to ‘uphold the popular vote’ are a coded attack on the people.
A pupil at Simon Langton Grammar stands up for free speech.
A new film offers a fascinating insight into the men’s rights movement.
Trump-fearing liberals need to get over their Merkel fantasies.
The Investigatory Powers Act opens another window into our lives.
The president-elect is surrounding himself with authoritarians.
We need a revolution in justice policy.
We need to boost productivity, with or without the EU.
The media’s use of Cox to score political points is grotesque.
Arlie Hochschild’s latest explores the emotional universe of Trump’s support.
Jim Jarmusch’s Gimme Danger is a powerful tribute to the Stooges.
Are bien pensant observers the most hateful people in politics?
It isn’t Macedonian teens who killed truth and objectivity.
Martin Durkin, Chris Snowdon and Tom Slater talk public-health killjoyism.
How the US and Soviet Union helped turn Castro into a dictator.
Tabloids must be free to report on royal romances.
Now the national game is being transformed into a site of evil.
A new survey of the European left reveals too many parties and activists out of step with the people.
Arlie Hochschild talks Trump, liberal ignorance and the importance of empathy.
Anti-populism is often just anti-democracy.
Paul Cartledge talks ancient democracy, the English Revolution and the fate of people power.
Peter Oborne reflects on the defeat, and future, of the political class.
Jason Brennan's miserable tract misunderstands the nature of political freedom.
The elitist sentiments coming back into fashion have been around since Plato.
The brilliant democratic cry of the Levellers remains unanswered.
Lucy Kirkwood’s new play ladles on the generational resentment.
The legal coups against Brexit are getting out of hand.
Leftists are cool with government censorship when it’s aimed at the right.
Piers Morgan vs Eric Bristow was a grotesque spectacle.