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Friday 1 July 2016 July 2016
Terri Murray
Taking on the snowflakes
Claire Fox’s rousing new book digs deep into the genesis of generation snowflake.

Nancy McDermott
Dreams of a family
Stephanie Coontz’s re-issued challenge to 1950s nostalgia, The Way We Never Were, continues to provoke.

Mick Hume
Anarchy in the EU?
Would the 1970s punk generation have backed Brexit?

Todd Gitlin
The eve of youthful destruction
A 1960s firebrand explores the generational cleavages of that most tumultuous of decades.

Olivier Roy
Generation jihadi
Olivier Roy talks to Josie Appleton about why radical Islam has become a global youth protest movement.

Saturday 2 July 2016
spiked podcast
‘Brexit is a huge opportunity – we must seize it’
Listen to Frank Furedi's opening talk from the spiked-Institute of Ideas Brexit event.

Monday 4 July 2016
spiked
‘Politicians know more than the public’
We talk democracy with protesters at London's March for Europe.

Tom Slater
The march against the masses
London’s pro-EU rally showed how fragile democracy is.

Mick Hume
Michael Gove: last man of principle in British politics?
The Tory contender stands accused of betrayal – for being true to Brexit.

Brendan O’Neill
‘Trigger Article 50!’: the great democratic cry of our times
Join spiked’s campaign to defend democracy.

Tuesday 5 July 2016
Charlie Pearson
Oz election: an insult to the electorate
Australians deserved better than this ideas-lite shambles.

Jacob Furedi
Labour, you can’t ban anti-Semitism


Luke Gittos
Turning parliament against the people
The legal challenge to Brexit is an outrage against democracy.

Tim Black
The crucifixion of Tony Blair
Chilcot allows politicians to blame Blair for their own failings.

Wednesday 6 July 2016
spiked podcast
‘Public-health groups are behaving like religious sects’
We talk malnutrition, smoking in Syria and takeaways in schools.

Christian Butler
Steven Spielberg: a lost talent
His films were once unmistakably Spielbergian – now they could be made by anyone.

David Nolan
A victory for abortion rights
The US Supreme Court has dealt a blow to anti-choice activists.

Helene Guldberg
What do Leave voters really think?
Leavers speak to spiked about their visions for Britain.

Maren Thom
Michael Cimino: a rare, intangible talent
The Deer Hunter director captured something of the human condition.

Brendan O’Neill
Chilcot: the worst kind of whitewash
You think we know the truth about Iraq? Think again.

Friday 8 July 2016
Patrick West
The post-Brexit ugliness of the left
Money-obsessed and anti-working class – the liberal left has revealed its ugly side.

Naomi Firsht
‘The moral compass of the Jewish people’
In praise of Elie Wiesel.

Gareth Sturdy
Juno: a bold strike for human knowledge
Jupiter was once considered a god; this mission proves we’re mightier.

Sunday 10 July 2016
Jennie Bristow
The generation wars
From the generation of 1914 to the Millennials, what can generational labels really tell us?

spiked
‘Hands off our democracy’
spiked’s Invoke Article 50 NOW! campaign pickets Mishcon De Reya.

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‘To defend democracy, we must invoke Article 50 now’
We discuss the attacks on Brexit and our new campaign for democracy.

Monday 11 July 2016
Jan Macvarish
Leadsom’s bad case of neurobollocks


Joanna Williams
The feminist witch-hunting of Andrea Leadsom
The Tory race reveals how anti-political feminism is.

Tom Slater
Leadsom was never the ‘Brexit candidate’
We can’t rely on the elite to deliver us democracy.

Blair Spowart
Theresa May, the new PM, is a grave threat to freedom
Beneath the managerial exterior beats the heart of an authoritarian.

Tuesday 12 July 2016
Tim Black
The West’s war games with Russia
EU expansionism is a bigger problem than Putin’s ambitions.

Wednesday 13 July 2016
Martha Muir
I voted Remain – and I think Article 50 must be invoked


Luke Gittos
The Remain campaign’s parliamentary paternalism
A note to lawyers: parliament is sovereign because it expresses the will of the people.

Ella Whelan
The telling tears of Remainers
Why has there been such an emotional reaction to Brexit?

Brendan O’Neill
After Brexit: the myth of post‑truth politics
Remain has become a religion, whose Truth we must not deny.

Patrick Marmion
Needles and Opium:
a magical work

Robert Lepage’s multi-media masterpiece continues to inspire and bewitch.

Thursday 14 July 2016
Mick Hume
Political baldies squabbling over a broken comb
It would surely be better if predictions of Labour’s break-up proved true.

Tom Slater
Why we protested at Theresa May’s first speech
This is about more than Brexit – it’s about democracy itself.

spiked
‘Theresa May – don’t delay!’


Sean Collins
After Dallas: let’s move beyond grief and fear
The US needs to rediscover its universalist outlook.

Friday 15 July 2016
Duleep Allirajah
Portugal’s punk-rock tribute to defending
Don’t blame defenders for a dull Euro 2016 – attacking tacticians need to up their games.

Christian Butler
Ghostbusters: haunted by the original
This enjoyable reboot doesn’t hit the heights of its 1984 predecessor.

Patrick West
The EU: a disaster waiting to happen
From its inception, the European Union has been destined for ruin.

Brendan O’Neill
We need the Bastille spirit more than ever
After Nice, the fight for freedom and democracy must get real.

Saturday 16 July 2016
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‘After Nice, no more apologising – let's defend liberty’
Brendan O'Neill says we need to rediscover the Bastille spirit.

Monday 18 July 2016
Brian Denny
Brexit: a blow to the ruling class
A trade unionist explains why Brexit has so rattled our rulers.

Adrian Hart
Brexit: the myth of a racist surge
The denigration of the white working class is the real prejudice of our age.

Tom Slater
Breaking the spirit of Brexit
The government’s dithering is an attempt to dilute the people’s will.

Tanya Kekic
The trials of a sixth-form Brexiteer


Tuesday 19 July 2016
Charlie Peters
Calling the cops on kids: the hunt for playground racism hits a new low


George Harrison
Golden Rice: the miracle crop greens love to hate


Tim Black
Cameron’s legacy? The reign of soft paternalism
Cameron was Blair with a blue rosette.

Wednesday 20 July 2016
Charlie Peters
How Gove made prisons more humane
Anyone interested in prison reform should be gutted Gove has gone.

Tom Bailey
The right to bear arms… if you’re white


Brendan O’Neill
The Turkish coup and the crisis of liberalism
The failed putsch exposes the problems facing modernity itself.

Thursday 21 July 2016
Blair Spowart
Britain’s runway fiasco: the new fear of progress
Asia builds airports and revolutionary trains, and we can’t even lay some tarmac.

Mick Hume
Defend Corbyn? No, let’s defend politics
The Labour leadership contest is being used to depoliticise debate.

Oliver Shore
The NUS turns its back on Jewish students. Again


Joanna Williams
Labour’s woman problem
A party that treats women as weak is unlikely to get a female leader.

Deniz Karaman
Students, join the fight to invoke Article 50


Friday 22 July 2016
Christian Butler
Funny Girl: is Sheridan Smith’s star fading?
The Savoy production’s understudy is the breakout star.

Sam White
Mourinho and United: a dark embrace


Tom Slater
Beware the phoney defenders of free speech
The Milo/Leslie Jones spat exposes the awfulness of the alt-right.

Saturday 23 July 2016
spiked podcast
‘There is a moral case for abortion’
Ann Furedi discusses her new book.

Sean Collins
The GOP is the Trump Party now
Republican disarray has allowed for a total Donald takeover.

Monday 25 July 2016
Hardeep Singh
Erdogan’s overthrow of freedom
He’s using the failed coup to bolster his war on liberty.

Jennie Bristow
Theresa May, forget social justice – give us politics
Officialdom now treats us more as patients than citizens.

Wendy Kaminer
How campus censorship is conquering the world
‘Progressive censorship’ is spreading from colleges into politics.

Tuesday 26 July 2016
Tim Black
The West’s collective punishment of Russian athletes
The Cold War on doping is ruining sport.

Izzy Lyons
No, us millennials are not the victims of Brexit


Wednesday 27 July 2016
David Nolan
The American woman jailed for having an abortion
The case of Purvi Patel should chill anyone who believes in freedom.

Mick Hume
‘Barefaced audacity and childishness of a peculiar sort’
Has ISIS been reading Conrad’s classic novel The Secret Agent?

Ella Whelan
Triggering Article 50: the precondition of a new politics
The entire elite wants to delay Article 50. We must fight them.

Naomi Firsht
Hillary’s nomination: an infantile celeb-fest


Thursday 28 July 2016
Brendan O’Neill
Towards a new universalism
The EU is the antithesis of internationalism.

Phil Mullan
Economic renewal after Brexit
A five-point plan for kick-starting the economy.

Various authors
After Brexit, what next?
Thinkers and writers offer their thoughts on politics post-referendum.

Jennie Bristow
What is a citizen?
Brexit has exposed the contradictions of global citizenship.

Frank Furedi
A project with no name
Why the EU can only define itself by what it disdains.

Saturday 30 July 2016
spiked podcast
‘We have to fight for democracy all over again’
Podcast: Brexit creates the space for a new, better politics.


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