Many of the tensions of the Great War remain scarily unresolved.
Teachers are afraid of tackling difficult questions in front of pupils.
Barely a day passes without someone demanding a ban on something.
It is not just the museum-destroying Islamic State that yearns for a Year Zero.
Thirty years on, how that uprising altered everything.
Must-reads from the past week
Blaming jihadist ‘groomers’ for warping young Brits’ minds is a moral copout.
The biggest threat to free and open debate is the fear of giving offence.
One month on, the post-massacre love for free speech is withering.
My mother would have recognised but not understood this depiction of Ravensbrück.
Jihadism is the product of something far more complex than religion alone.