Cancel Culture

Beware of pointing the finger, even at the devil

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

It separates us from the animals – and the angels

There’s no wonder that books are becoming more conformist when freedom of expression is being curtailed

It is a strange world we live in when a musician’s personal politics leads to as much uproar as Winston Marshall’s case has

If there’s one thing that unites elite British artists today, it’s that they’re all performatively woke or shamefully silent

Young Adult fiction has become cancel culture’s savage front line

It’s not Oliver Dowden’s business to tell us whom we may boycott

We must resist cancel culture and defend freedom of artistic expression