|Friday 22 August 2014|
Why we’re against the demonisation of Israel
Podcast: Brendan O’Neill talks Israel, Gaza, the West and anti-Semitism.
What really happened in Rwanda?
Everything you know about the genocide is wrong, says Barrie Collins.
What Sartre might say to Crystal Palace
It’s time my team ditched the ‘if only’ mantra and determined its destiny.
|Thursday 21 August 2014|
Bercow’s contrarian crusade
What is brave about suicide?
Once, suicide was taboo. Now, criticising it is taboo.
|Wednesday 20 August 2014|
Ched Evans has the right to move on
Whatever happened to the Eurozone revival?
If we fail to tackle the true cause of the crisis, growth will remain a mirage.
The ‘Yes’ campaign’s version of history is Scotch mist
Six myths being peddled by left-wing converts to Scottish independence.
This gruesome video contains a message to Britain, too
What that barbaric beheading tells us about a crisis of Britishness.
|Tuesday 19 August 2014|
Sorting fact from fiction in Ferguson
Same old racism? Actually the riots show how much has changed in the US.
Ferguson: this isn’t history repeating
The idea that US race relations are the same as they always were is ahistorical.
History makers: the Peterloo protesters
A look back at the fateful happenings in St Peter's Field 195 years ago.
|Monday 18 August 2014|
Al Murray: ‘My audience isn’t thick’
The Pub Landlord talks to spiked about snobbery on the comedy scene.
Sarah Callaghan: a fireball of pissed‑off poetry
Cliff Richard: the moral annihilation of a celebrity
Justice is the greatest victim of these PR-driven witch-hunts.
The NSPCC: enemy of justice
The group’s latest hysterical campaign could seriously damage the law.
|Friday 15 August 2014|
An Angela’s Ashes for the bored middle classes
Laurie Penny’s tome is self-pity sexed up as radicalism.
The Inbetweeners 2: filthy fun Down Under
The Brit-com is back, and it’s funnier, and warmer, than ever.
A foul-mouthed haven in a sterilised world
Why Millwall fans should be able to sing tasteless songs about Jimmy Savile.
|Thursday 14 August 2014|
Operation Tuleta: a warrant to hound the tabloids