Free Speech

The cowardice of senior staff at Batley Grammar should be a lesson to all educationalists about the importance of defending open discussion

In a warning to teachers around the world, one American teacher opens up about the invasion of woke orthodoxy in the education sector

The drift of the ACLU is symptomatic of a wider problem among American progressives

Where were all the free-speech warriors when a Labour candidate sent an antisemitic tweet?

Simon Evans says Andrew Doyle’s book is the toolkit you need to think about at least one side of this debate

With a stroke of the legislative pen, Holyrood has made Scotland the most stringent regulator of speech in the UK

If you’re looking for the enemies of free speech, you’re looking the wrong way, argues Robert Poll

It looks like the College of Policing has strayed far from its path; let’s hope the Court of Appeal can set it back in the right direction

The UK is at a dangerous junction when it comes to free speech

The Bar Council’s verdict on Jon Holbrook’s cancellation last month shows that the bar has become an unwelcoming place for those who believe in free speech