Nigel Farage on consensus, conformism and the virtue of dissent.
Kindly Inquisitors author Jonathan Rauch on the importance of doubt.
Frank Furedi on why there’s little positive about today’s crisis of authority.
Footballing icon Rodney Marsh on Beckham, bad-taste jokes and OBEs.
Read Living Marxism’s 1989 interview with test-tube baby pioneer Robert Edwards, who died this week.
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Thilo Sarrazin, controversial author of Germany Abolishes Itself, tells spiked that those blaming him for Norway are ‘insane’.
Ethan Greenhart, author of Can I Recycle My Granny?, scraps with spiked over the recession, breastfeeding and ‘anti-science speech crimes’.
Sam Tanenhaus, the American editor and author of a book on McCarthyism, proves to be a prickly interviewee.
American addiction expert Stanton Peele chastises British commentators who see gamblers as fickle victims.
Frank Furedi talks about his new book.