Black Lives Matter

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

‘I was hounded out of an organisation that is supposed to be pro-business by advising against celebrating a movement that wants to dismantle capitalism’

View From Oxford: A tale of two Presidents

View from Oxford: whether Rhodes falls or stands there will come from competing corners criticism, ridicule, and contempt

James Jeffrey explains why he won’t be signing up for a BLM-mandated commune anytime soon

Michael Prodger on the artists who make huge sums for painting the US flag

Myth-makers are following fashion not evidence

View from Oxford: Robert Beddard speaks from retirement

The National Trust fails to re-educate its members, and a children’s home lectures us on white privilege

View from Oxford: a letter to the Vice-Chancellor