Question Everything essays
ESSAY: Scotland’s elite is trying to fashion a whole new identity built on anti-sectarianism.
ESSAY: So-called liberals and leftists have become obsessed with constructing a political firewall between the elite and the multitude.
ESSAY: Of course extreme cases of bullying should be tackled, but let’s not pathologise normal childhood relationships.
ESSAY: The EU’s problems stem from a destructive attempt by its leaders to save out-of-date institutions.
ESSAY: Dodgy neuroscience is being used to justify unprecedented levels of state intrusion into family life.
Must-reads from the past week
The coalition’s family policy is an unholy marriage of Thatcher-style traditional moralism and New Labour-style therapeutic interventionism.
ESSAY: To overcome the Eurozone crisis, we should declare war on the fatalist notion that sluggish growth is the ‘New Normal’.
Kicking off a new series of essays, Frank Furedi says the deification of leakers and whistleblowers is bad for democracy, debate and private life.