Jonathon Green says the xenophobic 1920s novels that inspired his lifelong love of literature should not be cancelled

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

Just like Covid-19, this new, virulent strain of anti-Semitism will prove hard to dispel, and no vaccine will be available to act as a panacea

We should treat Roald Dahl as a naïve and unworldly man who never entirely left the realm of make-believe

With Labour facing massive legal bills, Corbyn’s return to Labour is a less explosive risk than expelling him

The UK’s chief website for British Muslim news sows more division than unity

Conspiracy theorists may be easy to dismiss, but history shows that such myths often end in bloodshed

Twitter bans and self-denying ordinances won’t erase anti-semitism

When it comes to cancel culture, socialism is the ultimate prophylactic, writes Michael Coren

The definition of Islamophobia threatens honest debate about multi-culturalism