Criticise Pence’s politics, not his dining preferences
Stop treating pregnant women like children
Why shouldn’t expectant mothers enjoy a glass of wine?
Putting Brexit back in its box
The brutal attack on a refugee in Croydon is being used to undermine Brexit.
Darcus Howe: fearless in thought and deed
He fought against racial injustice and the left’s lazy thinking.
|Tuesday 4 April 2017|
Two sides of our moral malaise
A charming play about the SDP and a vacuous cabaret show both speak to these confused times.
It’s time us left‑wingers stood up to PC
The left has made itself ridiculous. Let’s get our act together.
Sorry, Juncker, the EU is nothing like the US
The difference between the two unions? Democracy.
How PC politicians give cover to violent mobs
Behind the phoney war over Gibraltar
The biggest Brexit battle is still at home.
Not all vegans are annoying
Carnage pokes fun at both meat-eaters and meat-dodgers.
|Wednesday 5 April 2017|
What the Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad tells us about modern ‘radicalism’
The decay of the French political class
As the election approaches, the two main parties are becoming irrelevant.
Retweeting ISIS is now a criminal offence
Turkey: a dangerous place to dissent
Erdogan’s crackdown on free expression should worry us all.
‘Health by stealth’: the most insulting nanny‑state plan yet
Enough with the legal coups against Brexit
Now elite Remainers are trying to sabotage the Brexit negotiations.
|Thursday 6 April 2017|
Why it’s always ‘Russia wot dunnit’
Blaming Russia is a ‘get out of jail free’ card for struggling political elites.
The rage against Moyes
No, the Sunderland manager is not a dangerous misogynist.
Ken’s an idiot, but the witch-hunt against him is worse
This is about fighting Corbyn, not anti-Semitism.
Diesel charges: pushing poor drivers off the road
Immigration: no more blaming Brussels
Trans activists aren’t interested in equality
|Friday 7 April 2017|
Why gaywashing is worse than whitewashing
Hollywood is churning out semi-gay characters to promote naff films.
Brexitphobic comedians are the real populists
Sneering at the ‘enemy within’, stand-ups today are bien pensant demagogues.
Why the term-time holidays case shouldn’t have gone to court
Bias Response Teams: campus censorship at its most sinister
US colleges now want students to snitch on their peers and professors.
|Saturday 8 April 2017|
Using Gibraltar to batter Brexit
Mick Hume on elite Remainers' war on democracy.
|Monday 10 April 2017|
Building the Communist dream
Imagine Moscow, an exhibition at London’s Design Museum, captures an architectural future that never was.
A victory for free speech in Colorado
Would Labour’s free school meals make kids healthier? Fat chance
Assisted suicide: for all or for none at all
Legalising assisted suicide for the terminally ill would set us on a slippery slope.
Australian liberals must oppose the banning of Bassem Tamimi
Trump v Syria: the deadly infantilism of the moral warmongers
Why ‘humanitarian interventionists’ never learn from their errors.
|Tuesday 11 April 2017|
Living wage? This is bargain-basement socialism
How working people’s pay became a lifeless academic question.
Why Turkey must say No to Erdogan
A Yes vote in next week’s constitutional referendum would destroy Turkish democracy.
It’s time for universities to man up and tackle PC
‘Fake news’ flags won’t get to the truth
Let's trust people to be critical news consumers.
Let’s reject the cultural-appropriation police
The smiling Brummie girl is no radical icon
This is a cynical media image, not a revolution.
|Wednesday 12 April 2017|
Sean Spicer isn’t the only one debasing the Holocaust
The myth of Trumpism
From foreign policy to economics, Trump is mellowing.
Who’s afraid of Neil Gorsuch?
The new Supreme Court justice might not be as bad as you think.
Blundering into a new Cold War
The West’s nostalgic warmongers should be careful what they wish for.
|Thursday 13 April 2017|
The dangers of equating words with actions
The idea that words cause harm is being used to justify censorship and violence.
We need to do right by old people
The crisis in adult social care is punishing those to whom we owe so much.
The sexting panic has got to stop
Lessons from the United Airlines debacle
No, Remainers are not an oppressed minority
Elitists claim they’ve been ‘silenced’ – they mean we won’t do as they say.
|Friday 14 April 2017|
Mauling an MGM classic
A new adaptation of An American in Paris is an infernal mess.
The University Challenge winners’ Mail boycott is pathetic
Withnail and I and the meaning of life
Thirty years on, this film’s tragedy and comedy speak to us still.
The press isn’t to blame for the slow death of Labour
Conspiratorial Corbynistas blame everyone but themselves.
|Saturday 15 April 2017|
‘This Cold War is even crazier than the last’
Podcast: Brendan O'Neill on the reckless new interventionism.
|Monday 17 April 2017|
Spice Zombies: another moral panic about drugs
It’s government crackdowns we should worry about, not Spiceheads.
Dave Chappelle in a humourless age
The revered comic’s Netflix specials have rankled the speech police.
Turkey needs some Brexit spirit to defeat Erdogan’s tyranny
From Brussels to Istanbul, elites are in revolt against democracy.
|Tuesday 18 April 2017|
Why pro-choice students must stop silencing pro-life speakers
Politicising mental health helps no one
A mockery of democracy
The Turkish referendum was undemocratic from the start.
The psychobabble behind the ‘AI is racist’ claim
No, mothers are not making their daughters mentally ill
The obsession with girls’ mental health is enough to drive anyone round the bend.
There are worse things than a Kelvin MacKenzie column...
...like allowing Labour and the police to boss about the free press.
|Wednesday 19 April 2017|
Don’t reform the NUS, ditch it and start again
The paedophile panic is undermining voluntarism
Charging Bull v Fearless Girl
The public should decide what becomes of public art.
Mélenchon: the best chance for Frexit?
The left-wing presidential candidate has some good ideas.
‘Crush the Saboteurs’: how Remainer Twitter became the Mail’s PR wing
Let the people speak: why spiked welcomes the snap election
This is a great opportunity to deepen the democratic spirit of Brexit.
|Thursday 20 April 2017|
How anti-racist campaigners re-racialised schools
How Prince Harry is failing the mentally ill
Treating everyday strife as mental illness does a disservice to the truly ill.
Who should decide the fate of children?
A High Court ruling on a sick baby's life raises troubling questions.
A victory for abortion rights in Australia
So what if Tim Farron thinks homosexuality is a sin?
The media’s interrogation of Farron’s soul is a despicable spectacle.
Labour doesn’t speak for the people
Brexit was people power in action – and Labour is terrified of it.
|Friday 21 April 2017|
Rebel: Tory vs the establishment
Douglas Carswell’s book gives a refreshing take on the new elitism.
In defence of the stiff upper lip
The cult of introspection is the bane of modern life.
Brexit and the spirit of innovation
Ignore the Remoaners – Brexit lets us reimagine the future.
Locked up for joking about Franco
Why banning The Red Pill is bad for feminism
|Sunday 23 April 2017|
‘Brexiteers cannot afford to sit this one out’
Brendan O'Neill on what is really at stake in the snap election.
|Monday 24 April 2017|
Why we opened a nanny-state store in Shoreditch
If the finger-waggers get their way, all shops will be as mad as ours.
Cressida Dick is no hero
So what if she’s the first female Met boss? Judge her record.
No, Joe, drunk sex is not rape
Macron-Le Pen and the death of left and right
The old politics no longer holds. So what now?
UKIP’s burqa ban is desperate and daft
|Tuesday 25 April 2017|
How Bill O’Reilly lived off outrage
He's gone, but his shallow style lives on.
Call off this mad War on Sugar
Fizzy drinks v diet drinks: the health bores lose the plot.
Why this election matters
This is a fight for democracy. Get involved.
|Wednesday 26 April 2017|
Five reasons the March for Science was a dumb idea
Smug, illogical, censorious – why did they do this?
Now give us a referendum on the House of Lords
We ditched the EU, now let’s train our sights on the upper chamber.
All hail Sadiq Khan’s new Ministry of Truth
Chelsea 2024: the next Democrat disaster?
Oxford microaggressions: seeing racism everywhere
The Brexit election: time to back principles, not parties
None of them can be trusted to stand up to the 'Anything But Brexit' lobby.
After Malia, the NUS is still broken
When it’s okay to hate the Jews
|Thursday 27 April 2017|
Who’s afraid of Edward Albee?
Two new London productions confirm Albee's greatness.
Donald Trump is bad, not mad
Experts who diagnose The Donald as sick let him off the hook.
Plain packs: an illiberal and pointless policy
General Election: spare us the braindead memes
Social-media activism is the preserve of shallow thinkers.