Rather than reflecting the opinions of the people, under Ofcom’s new code televised media risks becoming a tool to enforce conformity

Why is it that Eddie Izzard strutting in heels is perceived as more progressive than us boring old vulva-owners in our flat shoes?

The head of Ofcom thinks it’s “extremely inappropriate” to have guests that disagree with trans activists

Good news from court, but the fact that it got this far shows it’s an uphill struggle for freedom of speech

Liz Truss doesn’t lack courage

An organisation founded to support victims of male sexual violence are apparently prioritising the feelings of men

Street names go woke, David Brent gets his wish, a historian quotes the past and The Vicar of Dibley takes the knee

The ruling that under 16s should be assumed unable to consent to puberty blockers means that this unregulated experiment may finally be drawing to a close

Those who are invested in being ‘on the right side of history’ might like to reflect on yesterday’s judgement

What are we supposed to do when “Brenda the sheep” gets hungry?