Politicians pursue pointless, illiberal policies like plain packaging as a cheap way of scoring points against each other.
It’s time to make a racket over Camden Council’s closing down of public space.
The controversy over TV advertising for e-cigs shows that tobacco-control activists are more interested in lifestyle regulation than health.
Cass Wilkinson on why she and other Sydneyites are rebelling against a new government clampdown on late-night drinking.
Why spiked wants to make freedom of speech the great cause of 2014.
Must-reads from the past week
How can you take Liberty’s belief in democratic rights seriously when it sings the praises of the unelected House of Lords?
Some anti-filter campaigners have just as low a view of personal freedom as the anti-smut brigade.
A new bill aimed at tackling ‘annoying’ behaviour represents an assault on public liberty.
It isn't 'Islamofascists' who are destroying reason and Enlightenment.
The Italian woman forced to have a C-section was effectively treated as a fetal container.