Toby Young

Toby Young is the co-founder of several free schools and the General Secretary of the Free Speech Union. In addition to being an associate editor of The Spectator, he is an associate editor of Quillette. He is a Contributing Editor of The Critic.

Do you want Nicola Sturgeon deciding what you can say?

Nadine Dorries’s chilling Online Safety Bill invites professional activists to wipe anything they deem wrongthink from the internet

Has the partnership between Sky and the Behavioural Insights Team breached Ofcom’s Broadcasting Code?

The election results on Thursday haven’t proved lockdown sceptics were wrong

Toby Young disagrees with Danny Finkelstein’s call for Miller’s sacking, saying that academic staff should be free to express whatever views they like within the law

How a London loneliness charity excluded an old man for not conforming to its anti-racist agenda

Alistair Haimes is wrong – the facts against a third lockdown haven’t changed

Toby Young was a huge fan of Dominic Cummings. The lockdown changed his mind

The Government’s coronavirus strategy is all about protecting the Conservative Party brand with an eye on the next General Election

The Government did not have a good reason when the first lockdown was imposed and it doesn’t have a good reason today