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Wednesday 1 November 2017 November 2017
Ella Whelan
Kate Maltby and the madness of #MeToo


Ella Whelan
Winning the fight for abortion rights in Ireland
Irish women deserve freedom – let’s make it happen.

James Heartfield
JFK and the paranoid style
The new release of files will only fuel conspiracy theories.

Fraser Myers
The ignorance of elite Remainers


Tom Slater
Terror in New York: the cowardice of the elites
Too many observers provide cover for Islamist violence.

Thursday 2 November 2017
Naomi Firsht
Gender-inclusive language? Just say Non
That’s enough PC meddling with French grammar.

Luke Gittos
The myth of the sexual-violence spectrum
Putting clumsy come-ons on a sliding scale with rape is abominable.

Mick Hume
This sex‑pest witch‑hunt is an abuse of politics
Michael Fallon’s ‘kneegate’ is no Profumo scandal.

Friday 3 November 2017
Christian Butler
The Smiths are dead, boys
Another reissue of The Queen is Dead? Yawn.

Tom Bailey
Why John Kelly is wrong about the Civil War
The war was over freedom, and it was necessary.

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‘We’re beginning to find sex disgusting’
Lionel Shriver, Luke Gittos and Joanna Williams on Sexminster and #MeToo.

Saturday 4 November 2017
Brendan O’Neill
An anti-capitalist is the most bourgeois thing you can be
Brendan O’Neill reports from last night’s Jacobin debate in NYC.

Monday 6 November 2017
Ethan Greene
Whiskey to the people!
Chattanooga’s first legal distillery since Prohibition is a cause for celebration.

Fawzi Ibrahim
It is the people who should be sovereign
MPs who want to scupper Brexit are undermining the demos.

Brendan O’Neill
Who will put a brake on this Sexual Inquisition?
The prudish purging of political life is a sinister menace to democracy.

Tuesday 7 November 2017
Dave Clements
The sorry state of welfare
Universal credit is flawed. But welfare dependency must be tackled.

Tara McCormack
‘Russia did it!’: a comforting delusion
The Democratic Party and elite Remainers can’t admit that they lost.

Tim Black
The problem with the Paradise Papers
Moralistic exposés of people’s tax affairs won’t drag us out of the economic mire.

Wednesday 8 November 2017
Jim Butcher
The doublethink of campus censors
How free-speech policies are used to undermine free speech.

Sabine Beppler-Spahl
In praise of Luther
Germany seems embarrassed by the Reformation. It shouldn't be.

Ella Whelan
‘Pestminster’: feminism’s double standards
Why working-class victims of real sexual abuse are ignored.

Brendan O’Neill
A man is dead. Are the witch-hunters happy now?
Carl Sargeant: a working-class politician destroyed by middle-class hysteria.

Thursday 9 November 2017
Joanna Williams
Feminists vs women
Woe betide women who don’t subscribe to feminist orthodoxy.

Mick Hume
From Priti to sex pests: the scandal of ‘Remainergate’
Every hint of wrongdoing is now exploited as anti-Brexit ammunition.

Tom Slater
Devin Kelley was evil, but he’s not a terrorist
The problem with using the T-word for mass shootings.

Sean Collins
Calm down, Democrats – your troubles aren’t over
Dems did well this week, but they’re still in disarray.

Friday 10 November 2017
Luke Gittos
What is sexual harassment anyway?
An imprecise term is being used to destroy reputations.

Patrick West
Remember, the past is a foreign country
It’s wrong to judge people of the past by today’s moral standards.

Naomi Firsht
A sly assault on the freedom of the press
Some in the House of Lords want to muzzle reporters.

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‘Trump proves that anything is possible’
Thomas Frank on how the Democrats lost the heart of America.

Monday 13 November 2017
Stephanie Gutmann
Future sex: a brave new world
The #MeToo panic could render sex dull and love impossible.

Naomi Firsht
Young people are confusing flirting with abuse


Paul Embery
Votes for 16s: infantilising politics
Be honest: would you trust your 16-year-old self with suffrage?

Tom Slater
Louis CK and the rise of Sexual Stalinism
Like a disgraced commissar, his work is scrubbed from the record.

Tuesday 14 November 2017
David Bowden
Making that existential leap
Dolan Cummings has written a crime novel for morally uncertain times.

Tim Black
The Lebanon crisis: who emboldened the Saudis?
The West’s anti-Iran posturing is inflaming Middle Eastern tensions.

Frank Furedi
The rise of duty‑free politics
Boris’s Iran blunder reveals a political class with no sense of service.

Wednesday 15 November 2017
Andrew Tettenborn
Now universities police speech off campus
Watch what you say on Facebook: your Uni might be watching.

Rob Lyons
No, Big Tobacco is not murdering people
The latest wheeze of anti-smoking zealots is their maddest yet.

Fraser Myers
Ode to the Christmas Coca-Cola truck


Rob Lyons
The petty prohibitionism of minimum pricing


Brendan O’Neill
Russia and Brexit: a chattering-class conspiracy theory
Remoaners are harming British democracy more than Putin ever could.

Thursday 16 November 2017
Manick Govinda
Apu is an American hero


Dr Christine Louis-Dit-Sully
This obsession with black women’s hair isn’t liberating


Naomi Firsht
Stop jumping on the trans-wagon
Transgender ideology should be subjected to more rigorous debate.

Jon Holbrook
Brexit: reuniting politics with the people
The day we leave, the job of rebuilding British democracy will begin.

Mick Hume
Who represents the 52 per cent?
It’s not just a few ‘Brexit mutineers’ – the captains are Remainers, too.

Friday 17 November 2017
Steigerwald & Wolfe
Taylor Swift is not an alt-right princess
And no, she doesn’t need to condemn Trump.

Patrick West
Men are not a different species
Gender determinism has returned in PC form.

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‘We’re all bored of this Pestminster witch-hunt’
Julia Hartley-Brewer sets the record straight on #kneegate.

Monday 20 November 2017
Dan King
‘Brave spaces’ are no answer to safe spaces
Ghettoising free speech will make matters on campus worse.

Jennie Bristow
What should schools teach?
A new book makes the case for imparting knowledge and pursuing truth.

Brendan O’Neill
Nick Cave vs the BDS bigots
Three cheers for the Oz rocker performing in Israel on principle.

Mick Hume
Nothing to cheer in Zimbabwe fias-coup
Those replacing Mugabe want to rationalise his regime, not overthrow it.

Tuesday 21 November 2017
Tara McCormack
That’s enough of the Russia blame game
The obsession with Putin's alleged meddling is messing up our politics.

Donal Fallon
Ulysses versus the censors
Fifty years on from the Joyce movie that scandalised the world.

Tim Black
Why won’t they just build more homes?
Why the housing crisis inspires lip service but no solutions.

Frank Furedi
The meaninglessness of Charles Manson
Forget this fame-hungry psychopath. Remember his victims.

Wednesday 22 November 2017
Naomi Firsht
Students, stop waging war on the past
Now student leaders want to erase William Gladstone's name.

Luke Gittos
George Takei: now #MeToo is consuming its own
The moral panic about sexual misconduct is out of control.

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Brendan O’Neill at the Comedy Cellar
Our editor went to the legendary NY club to discuss Hollywood hysteria.

Ella Whelan
Lily Madigan is not a woman
Having a 19-year-old boy as a women’s officer is ridiculous.

Thursday 23 November 2017
Andrew Doyle
Twitter has turned its back on free speech
The platform plans to exercise ideological control over its users.

Rob Lyons
A safety-first Budget won’t work
Philip Hammond revealed the dire state of the economy – but offered little to fix it.

Sabine Beppler-Spahl
The end of the old politics in Germany
The collapse of coalition talks points to a deeper crisis.

Sean Collins
#MeToo is a menace to democratic politics
Now Washington is falling to this puritan panic.

Paul Seaman
Paperchase’s corporate cowardice


Dennis Hayes
Three cheers for Lindsay Shepherd



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