4 June 2015

Who cares what colour philosophers are?

It’s their ideas that matter, not their race or sex.

15 May 2015

Meet the feminists who don’t like women

Women are weak? With feminists like this, who needs misogyny.

27 April 2015

Why not let kids walk home alone?

The case of the Meitiv children shows how little adults trust each other.

8 April 2015

Universities: the environmentalist enemy within

A vital new report shows how sustainability poses a threat to academic freedom.

1 April 2015

Why the yearning for grammar schools?

They are a reminder of a subject-based education rarely found elsewhere today.

12 March 2015

Conditioning kids to have state-approved sex

The whiff of Brave New World in consent classes for 11-year-olds.

10 March 2015

The gender pay gap is a myth – so why do so many buy it?

There’s an ironic paternalism to the anti-pay gap campaign.

4 March 2015

Fees, philistinism and the future of HE

The tuition fees debate shows how philistine our leaders have become.

6 February 2015

How the academy green-lit student censorship

Those little authoritarians didn’t come from nowhere.