Statue Toppling

The politicised trial of the Bristol statue topplers shows the law surrounding protests is mired in confusion

American conservatives have tried a new technique to team the statue-toppling social justice warriors dominating universities

A poorly-researched rush to judgement in both Oxford and Cambridge may not have served campaigners well

Getting at the truth about T H Huxley

The campaign to put up a statue to Bristol’s greatest benefactor wasn’t about Colston, it was about Bristol

Behind modernity’s moralistic exhortations lies a cold-blooded mania for total control

The moment Colston went on trial, so did justice

Society needs to end the charade of delegating moral judgments on historic benefactors to schoolchildren

Slavery should be reinstated so that it can be abolished by a queer woman of colour

History is being rewritten, and statues can stop it