cancel culture

The democratic state has a duty to act as an ideological gate keeper to protect society

Stefan Zweig’s 1939 novel ‘Beware of Pity’ now screams to have its message heeded

Andrew Doyle wonders why so many comedians are offended by the satire of Titania McGrath

The former Queen of the Groucho Club, for all her contradictions, is a rare voice of courage in an increasingly conformist world

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

Is the whole institution of the public school starting to become unfit for purpose in the 21st century?

One recent graduate of Eton College laments how the school has transformed into a place of ideological homogeneity

It is the duty of a responsible publisher to reflect the intellectual and social diversity that exists across the world

The hunger for policing thoughts as well as bodies hasn’t been eradicated, as recent events in New Zealand show

The debate over Fairytale of New York is proof that 2020 is the year in which woke doctrine went into overdrive