Free Speech

The removal of Parler from app stores has made it clear that online opinions exist at the sufferance of those providing the soap box

There is no reason why broadcasters should not be like newspapers: free to say what they like, within the law

Is it actually the function of our cultural institutions to reflect society as divided into arbitrary interest groups; and, even so, is it any business of the state, acting through Ofcom?

History is clear: excepting blasphemy from freedom of expression causes far more and far greater suffering than it prevents

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

Nicholas Shackel, a Professor of Philosophy at University of Cardiff, explains how to turn the prisoner’s dilemma into the free speaker’s game

New hate crime proposals could make Northern Ireland the least free part of the UK

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

View from Oxford: a letter to the Vice-Chancellor