08:00

Nigel Farage’s Ukraine comments aren’t ‘disgraceful’

Noah Carl

Saturday
22.06

22.06

Andrew Sullivan echoes Christopher Hitchens on IVF The writer put distance between himself and the LGBT movement he championed

Emily Jashinsky

22.06

The French Right’s cordon sanitaire is breaking down Le Pen and Bardella have won over the country's conservatives

Olly Haynes

22.06

The media is giving Keir Starmer an easy ride Journalists are too fixated on attacking the Tories instead

Aaron Bastani

Friday
21.06

21.06

AI is making us less productive Software such as Microsoft's Copilot is facilitating automated idleness

Andrew Orlowski

21.06

Wikipedia has a political bias — report

UnHerd Staff

21.06

Why does Sadiq Khan support this trans mastectomy poster? No self-professed feminist should be backing this misogynist movement

Joan Smith

21.06

Douglas is Cancelled takes on the mob — and wins A mainstream comedy about cancel culture shows significant progress

Andrew Doyle

21.06

Mark Rutte won’t save a crumbling Nato

Ralph Schoellhammer

21.06

Rishi Sunak has lost the Turquoise Tories Pro-environment Conservatives are switching over to the Greens

Peter Franklin

Thursday
20.06

20.06

Graduate infiltration of labour unions angers blue-collar base Gaza has widened the chasm between bosses and conservative workers

Laurel Duggan

20.06

Do the Tories have a gambling problem?

UnHerd Staff

20.06

Studies: top medical journals biased towards Zero Covid Ideological bias dominated research during the pandemic

Kevin Bardosh

20.06

Why is the Met Police investigating me for a tweet about a trans doctor?

Maya Forstater

20.06

Just Stop Oil’s Stonehenge stunt betrays the Romantic vision The ancient site perfectly represents our pre-industrial idyll

Esme Partridge

20.06

Women are latest victim of identity politics at Oxford University The Pitt Rivers Museum is prohibiting all females from viewing an African mask

Eric Kaufmann

Wednesday
19.06

19.06

Democrats prepare for more lawfare ahead of Trump 2.0 Blue-state lawyers risk setting a dangerous precedent

Emily Jashinsky

19.06

Party leaders unite against Stonehenge vandalism

UnHerd Staff

19.06

Israel’s hard Right set to gain more power over police War in Gaza is overshadowing a controversial domestic bill

David Swift

19.06

Washington Post misleads readers with DEI poll Do seven in 10 Americans really support diversity initiatives?

John Masko

19.06

The SNP is no match for Scotland’s Tartan Army

Philip Patrick

19.06

Putin’s family appointments lay groundwork for succession Kremlin nepotism is back in fashion

Bethany Elliott

Tuesday
18.06

18.06

Was Joe Biden the victim of ‘cheapfakes’? Both the Left and Right have shared misleading videos of the President

Laurel Duggan

18.06

Not In My Name campaign tells Britons not to vote on 4 July

UnHerd Staff

18.06

How many seats could Reform UK win? Nigel Farage's party continues to climb in the polls

Patrick O'Flynn

18.06

Gen Z doesn’t need social media health warnings US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy's proposal is wildly out of touch

Katherine Dee

18.06

Milei’s anti-inflation drive pushes Argentina towards Brics Economic collapse could prompt a distancing from the West

Philip Pilkington

18.06

Why Rod Stewart’s Ukraine comments hit a nerve in Leipzig

Katja Hoyer

Monday
17.06

17.06

State Department subpoenaed over Global Disinformation Index funding Republicans claim the government funded censorship projects targeting conservatives

Laurel Duggan

17.06

New York Times columnist turns on progressives

UnHerd Staff

17.06

Nigel Farage launches Liz-Truss-inspired manifesto The main plank of the Reform leader's 'contract' is tax cuts

Peter Franklin

17.06

Emmanuel Macron will survive his election drubbing He will still hold one of the most powerful executive positions on earth

Peter Allen

17.06

Germany on high alert for Jihadist threat at Euros

Lucas Webber

17.06

Will Nigel Farage launch his own ‘Stop the Steal’ movement?

John Oxley

Sunday
16.06

16.06

Why the West should welcome cheap oil Inexpensive energy could spur a productivity boom

John Rapley

16.06

Labour is still failing to protect Rosie Duffield

Victoria Smith

16.06

Ukraine should not dismiss Putin’s peace offer so quickly Moscow’s proposal has some hidden opportunities for Zelensky

Ralph Schoellhammer

Saturday
15.06

15.06

‘Transgender’ is falling out of fashion with activists

John Murawski

15.06

Memo to Tories: chasing Reform votes is a fool’s errand New polls show that tacking to the Right won't benefit the party

Henry Hill

15.06

Is the EU unfairly targeting Hungary over migration policy? The ECJ hit the central European country with a €1 million daily fine

William Nattrass

Friday
14.06

14.06

Why Trump won’t attack Hunter Biden The former president has shown unusual restraint with Joe Biden's son

Rich Cromwell

14.06

Could MEI replace DEI?

UnHerd Staff

14.06

How Left-wing is Labour’s manifesto? Keir Starmer is taking all his cues from 1997

Richard Johnson

14.06

Mass testing for bird flu risks repeating Covid mistakes A former pandemic response coordinator wants to chase the 'silent' spread

Kevin Bardosh

14.06

Gen Z has fallen out of love with dating apps New research shows that Zoomers now prefer in-person interactions

Kristina Murkett

Thursday
13.06

13.06

Lia Thomas’s Olympic ban is a victory for women’s sport Sports bodies are waking up to reality, but the battle hasn't been won yet

Jennifer Sey

13.06

Have Conservatives lost the Torygraph?

UnHerd Staff

13.06

Labour’s manifesto is Stonewall lite The party's bid to win back disillusioned women has failed

Joan Smith

13.06

Are Marine Le Pen’s supporters really far-Right?

Peter Franklin

13.06

Ed Davey’s stunt campaign is deeply cynical The Lib Dems have used photo ops to mask their contradictory policies

Niall Gooch

13.06

Even the SNP won’t talk about independence anymore Scottish voters have more serious concerns

Eddie Barnes

Wednesday
12.06

12.06

A commercial property crisis could sink Joe Biden Government spending is propping up the market — but how long will it last?

Philip Pilkington

12.06

British support for migration falls steeply

UnHerd Staff

12.06

Young Germans are drifting to the AfD A complacent government has misunderstood youth concerns

Katja Hoyer

12.06

Gender dysphoria cases soar after pandemic

Eliza Mondegreen

12.06

Europe’s Green Deal faces extinction Recent election results are a major rebuke of the bloc's flagship climate policy

Andrew Orlowski

12.06

AI Steve is a sign of our anti-democratic future Brits could soon be outsourcing more decisions to robot MPs

Mary Harrington

Tuesday
11.06

11.06

Hunter Biden’s guilty verdict is unjust The President's son is being persecuted for his surname

Brad Polumbo

11.06

Rachel Maddow and AOC fear Trump will lock them up

UnHerd Staff

11.06

The nationalist Right has created a pan-European identity Ironically, it is the formerly Eurosceptic parties that have forged a group image

Tom McTague

11.06

Even the Tories don’t believe in their manifesto Rishi Sunak is making empty promises

Henry Hill

11.06

The new populist map of Europe

UnHerd Staff

11.06

Military purge illustrates Putin’s growing strength Russia's President feels emboldened to take on potential rivals

Bethany Elliott

11.06

Anti-immigration Right makes progress in Irish elections Populist candidates were elected as Sinn Féin faltered

Conor Fitzgerald

Monday
10.06

10.06

Starbucks’ political activism has backfired The coffee giant recently reported a 3% drop in US sales

John Masko

10.06

Poll: Democrats are turning more liberal

UnHerd Staff

10.06

Macron is trying to stop Le Pen before it’s too late The power of the French Right is growing by the month

Peter Franklin

10.06

Will Al Jazeera face a reckoning over Hamas ties? There is nothing normal about journalists keeping hostages for a terror group

Ashley Rindsberg

10.06

Benny Gantz’s resignation means an election is unavoidable

David Swift

10.06

German Right triumphs on bloodbath night for coalition Despite a poor campaign, the AfD has underlined its power

Ralph Schoellhammer

Sunday
09.06

09.06

Are progressives to blame for the worsening housing crisis? Left-wing urban planners are pricing out working families and young people

Joel Kotkin

09.06

The Lib Dems’ middle-class populist manifesto

John Oxley

09.06

Did racial politics delay hip hop’s MeToo reckoning? After Diddy, more prominent artists are being accused of sexual crimes

Ralph Leonard

Saturday
08.06

08.06

America holds back MDMA therapy Medical professionals are challenging a verdict from the FDA

Niko Vorobyov

08.06

DEI is driving big companies to Texas Nasdaq's diversity compliance is becoming too onerous

Daniel Kalder

08.06

Nigel Farage was the only winner from a chaotic election debate

Tom Jones

Friday
07.06

07.06

NAACP takes on Joe Biden over Gaza Black voters are crucial to the President's re-election hopes

Emily Jashinsky

07.06

Central banks have cut interest rates prematurely Today's US jobs report has blown early predictions out the water

John Rapley

07.06

After Gaza, Israel turns its sights on Lebanon Preparations are already underway for military action in the north

Aris Roussinos

07.06

US support for same-sex marriage falls to 51%

Laurel Duggan

07.06

What is Keir Starmer’s nightmare scenario? Failing to secure more than 40% of the vote could have major repercussions

Peter Franklin

Thursday
06.06

06.06

New York congestion U-turn leaves Democrats panicking Governor Kathy Hochul is anxious to win back working-class voters in the state

John Masko