The Guardian

Ideological policing of Róisín Murphy is a cynical tribalism divorced from social justice

Guardian columnists can’t stop telling us how little they care

Not everything we dislike is Hitler

Tom Sutcliffe’s obituary of composer Stephen Sondheim was ill-judged and vindictive

The Guardian’s redacting controversial commentary on the gender wars does a disservice to readers

Frequent hyperbole means the media would struggle to describe a genuine disaster

In the wake of the Guardian’s controversial obituary of Peter Sutcliffe, Alex Larman considers the nuances of writing obits

How have racial slurs become progressive politics?