Prime Minister Erdogan’s war on social media is uncannily similar to the war on unacceptable speech in the West.
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Despite the headline-grabbing figures, the evidence for modern slavery is feeble.
Kindly Inquisitors author Jonathan Rauch on the importance of doubt.
For Britain’s political and media classes, UKIP’s Nigel Farage is beyond the pale.
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The fifth assessment report is a product of politics, not science.
Forget ‘security’ and ‘resilience’ - we need a positive case for new energy.
The endless speculation about that Malaysian plane is doing no one any favours.
As Hungarians mark Revolution Day, we look back at the man who became one of the most famous 1848ers in Europe.
The political class's pathologisation of UKIP is driven by fear, not facts.