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Thursday 1 June 2017 June 2017
Andrew Doyle
Enough with this ghettoisation of culture
The cultural appropriation panic is ugly, censorious and divisive.

Tom Bailey
What the Kushner leaks really tell us
American democracy is under threat, but not from Russia.

Courtney Hamilton
Labour must stop playing the race card


Mick Hume
Where’s the free speech party?
While the Tories plan to police the web, Labour wants to abolish press freedom.

Guy Birchall
Labour’s best campaign gaffes


Viv Regan
The editorial that echoed around the world
How spiked’s call for anger after the Manchester attack hit a nerve.

Friday 2 June 2017
Christian Butler
Don’t let identity politics ruin moviemaking
It isn’t King Arthur’s lack of women that makes it crap.

Christian Butler
The BBC’s ‘Liar Liar GE2017’ ban is pathetic


Patrick West
The myth of ‘caring liberals’
Progressive politics is now about feeling good, not doing good.

Ella Whelan
The 10 candidates you must not vote for
Meet the 10 most anti-Brexit, anti-democratic candidates.

Brendan O’Neill
It’s official: you’re not allowed to say ‘Islamist extremism’


Sabine Beppler-Spahl
Why Merkel loves to hate Trump


spiked podcast
‘All the parties are running scared of Brexit’
Brendan O'Neill on what's really at stake in the General Election.

Saturday 3 June 2017
spiked
A day in the life of the 48%: Gina Miller*
Plotting the Remainer fightback over langoustine lunches.

Ieuan Joy
Birmingham: the Tory surge that wasn’t
Ieuan Joy finds voters put off by May’s downbeat, Brexit-lite campaign.

Sunday 4 June 2017
Brendan O’Neill
After London: let’s start talking about Islam
Protecting Islam from ridicule has had disastrous consequences.

Monday 5 June 2017
Neil Davenport
Labour’s social-media self-delusion


Tony Pierce
How hustings could bring politics back to the people


Deniz Karaman
‘Male privilege’ workshops are an insult to women


Sean Collins
Paris: it’s not the end of the world
We need a serious debate about climate change, not anti-Trump fearmongering.

Brendan O’Neill
Keep calm and carry on? No thanks
Brendan O'Neill makes the case for anger and action after terrorism.

Tom Slater
After the Storm: paean to a troubled family
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest is an adoring portrait of imperfect people.

Tuesday 6 June 2017
Wendy Kaminer
Trump: a tyranny of the minority
Most Americans are opposed to the president’s authoritarian policies.

Naomi Firsht
You can’t fight terrorism with online censorship


Ella Whelan
Corbyn is right – expressing support for ISIS should not be a crime


Tim Black
Cheer the demise of the anti-Brexiteers
But don’t let the Brexit Election become a General Election.

Mick Hume
There is too much phoney tolerance
A perversion of the t-word is being used to excuse restricting free speech.

Naomi Firsht
Why everyone hates Diane Abbott


Tom Slater
The demos-bashing elite are the real Orwellians


Brendan O’Neill
Let’s celebrate the heroes of London Bridge
With beer bottles and skateboards, they stood up to theocratic terror.

Worldbytes
‘In this election, we must defend Brexit’


Wednesday 7 June 2017
Milja Kljajic
The Kansas abortion bill is an affront to freedom


Izzy Lyons
The feminist who wants women to get back in the kitchen


Peter D Williams
Where’s the outrage over the killing of Christians?
Christians around the world are being slaughtered by Islamists. They need our solidarity.

spiked
A day in the life of the 48%: Paul Mason*
Fighting the fash on the Tube and looking good in leather.

Fraser Myers
Hull and the battle for Brexit
Fraser Myers reports from a city torn between Labour and Leave.

Ella Whelan
Labour: playing at the politics of fear


James Heartfield
Human rights don’t protect our liberty


Thursday 8 June 2017
Joanna Williams
Politics will never be the same again
This election has shown the public will no longer be taken for granted.

Christian Butler
Maher and Griffin: in defence of bad taste
Comics should never apologise for ‘crossing the line’.

spiked podcast
‘This is still the Brexit election’
A spiked podcast election special.

Tom Slater
Whoever wins today, the fight for Brexit goes on
The spiked view on voting today, and what comes next.

Jacob Sund
Harvard: where private jokes can get you expelled


Tom Slater
The Corbynite fury with tabloid readers


Friday 9 June 2017
Tom Bailey
The Comey bombshell that wasn’t
The Trump-Russia conspiracy theories are wearing thin.

spiked podcast
‘The stakes are so high after this election’
Podcast: Brendan O'Neill on May, Corbyn and the future of Brexit.

Brendan O’Neill
The return of two-party politics? Dream on
The stakes in politics have rarely been higher, especially for us democrats.

Joanna Williams
Why Corbyn took Canterbury


Monday 12 June 2017
Frank Furedi
A culture war masquerading as a youthquake
There’s an ugly strain to the media celebration of young voters.

Ella Whelan
The Ruth Davidson delusion


Tom Slater
The Tories: a pointless party
May’s loss revealed a party that stands for nothing and no one.

Brendan O’Neill
The rise of Labour, the death of Labourism
Corbyn’s success confirms the hollowing-out of the left.

Tuesday 13 June 2017
Naomi Firsht
Macron: a political mirage
He's successful only because French politics has collapsed.

Naomi Firsht
In defence of Charlie Hebdo’s Theresa May cartoon


Mick Hume
Nobody won the Brexit election – but we Leavers risk losing now
Never mind May – the future of democracy hangs in the balance.

Daniel Ben-Ami
The truth about the hatred for Israel
On the ugliness of anti-Israel activism, 50 years since the Six-Day War.

Emily Dinsmore
The real sexism on campus


Wednesday 14 June 2017
Stuart Derbyshire
The ‘Biobag’: hope for premature babies?
The creation of a Ziploc-style artificial womb is very good news.

Fraser Myers
Why the media suddenly love George Osborne


Pauline Hadaway
Everyone needs to calm down about the DUP
It’s pure fearmongering to say this party threatens the British fabric.

Tim Black
How Trump is tearing apart the Middle East
He's now pushing America's own allies towards war.

Ella Whelan
Youth turnout: how Labourites fell for fake news


Thursday 15 June 2017
Maren Thom
The postmodern roots of the
alt-right

Kill All Normies provides a powerful analysis of the new online culture wars.

Phil Mullan
Sorry, Corbyn, but ‘anti-austerity’ is not enough
Only rapid economic growth will pull us out of this depression.

Ella Whelan
What Camilla’s Love Island outburst tells us about feminism


James Heartfield
Grenfell: the lie of London’s urban renaissance
These tenants were put at risk because they are poor.

Brendan O’Neill
Please stop exploiting the dead of Grenfell Tower
Some Labourites are using the Grenfell disaster to score political points.

Andrew Doyle
In defence of Tim Farron
There’s nothing liberal about the hounding of the Lib Dem leader.

Friday 16 June 2017
Christian Butler
Why feminists can’t enjoy Wonder Woman
Their political myopia sucks the fun from this brilliant blockbuster.

Tom Bailey
The cynical campaign to impeach Trump
Liberals are using legal chicanery to undemocratic ends.

Candice Holdsworth
May: a leader who stands for nothing


Ella Whelan
Bring on the Irish abortion referendum
This is our chance to make the positive case for women’s rights.

spiked podcast
‘Softening Brexit means betraying Brexit’
Podcast: Tom Slater on the fight ahead for democracy.

Monday 19 June 2017
Tara McCormack
Closing the door to Cuba would be a grave mistake


Courtney Hamilton
Katy Perry’s cornrow apology: the absurdity of identity politics


Rob Lyons
Scotland’s Unionist fightback
The election result showed that Scots care more about staying in the UK than staying in the EU.

Tom Bailey
The Steve Scalise shooting and the hypocrisy of right‑wingers
Blaming anti-Trump speech for James Hodgkinson’s actions is a dangerous game.

Brendan O’Neill
After the fire
There’s something darkly pre-modern in the left’s attitude to Grenfell.

Tuesday 20 June 2017
Luke Gittos
After Grenfell: we need action, not an inquiry
The cause of this horrendous blaze is plain for all to see.

Jennie Bristow
After Grenfell: more health and safety?
People need serious safety measures, not petty regulations.

Joanna Williams
After Grenfell: emoting is not enough
There’s something nasty in the demand that May cry on cue.

Fraser Myers
Corbyn will fit right in at Glastonbury


Naomi Firsht
‘Otto Warmbier had it coming’
The warped morality of privilege-checking commentators.

Wednesday 21 June 2017
Sabine Beppler-Spahl
Helmut Kohl and the lost promise of reunification
Germany is yet to realise the democratic potential of 1989.

Naomi Firsht
Macron is not the Messiah

The French president’s success is built on the rubble of the old politics.

Brendan O’Neill
The mainstreaming of the terror prejudice
Islamists and ‘liberals’ are united in their contempt for the demos.

Wendy Kaminer
The ACLU must fight for liberty, not social justice
The civil-liberties group has become bogged down in ‘progressive’ causes.

Tim Black
Free speech under fire after Finsbury


Tom Slater
The Day of Rage: small, sweaty and sad


Thursday 22 June 2017
Christian Butler
Trudeau, not Trump, is the real demagogue
Media swooning over the Canadian PM has become a cult of personality.

Jon Holbrook
Human rights: the friend of foreign criminals
How human-rights law demeans democracy and citizenship.

Tim Black
Afghanistan: war without end
Now Trump is ramping up the mayhem in Afghanistan.

Tom Bailey
Scared of Shakespeare: meet the right-wing snowflakes


Friday 23 June 2017
Mick Hume
Brexit talks: five points to bring to the table
As Remainers try to rewrite the script, a reminder of what should top the agenda.

Brendan O’Neill
From Brexit to Grenfell
Why the left prefers the poor when they’re tragic and vulnerable.

Tom Slater
One year on: let’s defend the Brexit spirit
Whatever they do, the elites cannot rewrite history.

spiked podcast
‘There is no epidemic of Islamophobia’
Brendan O’Neill on the exaggeration of hate after the Finsbury attack.

Monday 26 June 2017
James Heartfield
Grenfell: clad in climate-change politics
Might CO2 targets be behind the fad for flammable cladding?

Christian Butler
Corbyn at Glasto: hero of the leisured class
Now we know how bourgeois Labour has become.

Frank Furedi
Don’t play with fire
The evacuation of tower blocks is a foolish, fearful policy.


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