The BMA's new guidelines undermine the fight for women's autonomy.
spiked’s ideas for taking on The Donald.
It’s philistine to obsess over diversity in culture.
The mob censorship of Milo is a betrayal of Berkeley’s radical history.
Trump’s contempt for free speech makes him a president for his time.
The #DeleteUber campaign is lazy and narcissistic.
True leftists should be Team Brexit.
Trump is centralising power and demonising dissent.
We talk The Donald, the French election and the Supreme Court.
MPs’ attack on FOBTs makes problem gamblers of us all.
Let's celebrate the British chef who died fighting for the Kurds.
Child protection's latest crusade is needlessly criminalising children.
Crusaders are turning African migrants into objects of suspicion.
The fearful, illiberal Front National has nothing in common with Brexit.
Why the political class loves to loathe The Donald.
It has taken a German film to show Hollywood how to do humour.
A Canadian judge has been forced to capitulate to feminist groupthink.
We don’t need gatekeepers to tell us what to believe.
A new Arkansas law should worry everyone who believes in women's freedom.
The Swedish statistician was a powerful antidote to our Malthusian times.
Wild comparisons with Hitler belittle the genocide of six million Jews.
Our era is too kneejerk and censorious for iconoclasm.
Britain needs millions of new homes. Let’s build on the belt.
Five of the maddest bans from this year’s Free Speech University Rankings.
Universities and SUs now work in tandem to stifle freedom.
The Free Speech University Rankings is back, and the news isn't good.
Podcast: Tom Slater discusses spiked’s 2017 Free Speech University Rankings.
...it’s just painfully out-of-touch.
This devastated nation shows the US was never a force for peace.
That Davis had to publicly apologise for private texts is alarming.
Hockney at his best shows us that we often look but rarely see.
In family conflicts, the law cannot rule on who’s right.
The proposed new Espionage Act would devastate press freedom.
The idea that the Baby Boomers stole our future is ridiculous.
We should teach kids the biological facts, not how to feel about sex.
Labour MPs would rather destroy their own party than heed the people's will.
Labour is terrified of working people ‘taking back control’.
Independence from Britain to stay in the EU? It doesn’t add up.
Both Trump and his critics are damaging democratic politics.
As an expanding diagnostic category, autism is problematic – but it’s not a myth.
Ray Bradbury foretold the tyranny of ‘You Can’t Say That!’.
...and other home truths behind the hysteria.
Podcast: Jeffrey Rosen on the legal battle over Trump's immigration order.
Bannon is no more a fascist than Obama was a Marxist.
Exploiting the Holocaust for political ends is a dangerous game.
Trump’s America doesn’t even come close to fascism.
The BBC’s dramatisation of the Shannon Matthews case expresses the worldview of a cut-off elite.
No, far-right British bloggers did not swing the US election.
Ireland's interests lie with links to Britain not Brussels.
The UKIP leader’s Hillsborough claims are in a political-class tradition.
Why is the media smearing this juvenile YouTuber?
The breastfeeding crusade undermines mothers’ autonomy.
The sacking of the pie-eating keeper speaks to the sanitisation of football.
The EU’s crushing of Greece shows it is no friend of workers.
Jacob Furedi reports from a city in revolt against Westminster politics.
Apply now for a new three-day school devoted to liberty.
A new study on rising longevity around the world puts health fears into perspective.
Mick Hume on some ideas behind his new book, out now.
Galleries must be free to exhibit offensive, even bigoted, work.
Chekhov’s play on the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution.
Worship of the NHS is the dying cry of Labourism.
Norma McCorvey’s life is a testament to the importance of choice.
Labour is beyond saving. Who will speak for the working class?
Podcast: Mick Hume on his new book, Revolting!
The Trump Sweden controversy shines a light on the West’s disarray.
Reiner Stach’s three-volume biography is a magnificent achievement.
London's air isn't shortening people's lives – poverty is.
Art must be policed and all insensitivity expunged.
Our healthcare system isn’t working – we need new ideas.
This cliquish EU operator is no man of the people.
The Oscars is being racialised, and that’s a bad thing.
On the anniversary of the Reichstag Fire, let’s defend democracy.
Lauren Bastide on the burqa, Le Pen and being a French feminist.
Ian Kershaw’s Hitler, 1889-1936: Hubris reminds us of the vital importance of defending democracy.
Sudhir Hazareesingh on the rise and fall of modern French thought.
David Van Reybrouck’s Against Elections fails to acknowledge that there's more to politics than the drawing of lots.
It’s a lie to say it didn’t really abolish slavery.
Why Marine Le Pen’s Front National is now the largest single party in France.
Why France’s terrorism problem owes more to a generational revolt than religion.
How officials use public-health charities as a front for authoritarianism.