Columns

If someone identifies something you’ve said as problematic, they mean you are the problem

Poetry has been put through the academic wringer and obfuscated by jargon

By changing the way that people speak, we will be able to fix all the bad thoughts that exist inside people’s heads

Who’s minor and who’s major reveal the power of collective prejudice

The thirst for power that hides behind diversity

I should have known that expressing the slightest doubt about trial by jury would lead to public opprobrium

Fourteenth-century Oxford University offers today’s Woke some lessons in cancel culture

National debate used to be encouraged by the Anglican state — but those days are fast disappearing

The Faulks panel may prove to be a convenient fig leaf to allow government to override the rule of law

The coronavirus pandemic has allowed policymakers to revive discredited economic theories