Today's Edition, 4 March 2021

The death of American dignity

Distracted by identity politics, the Democrats have lost sight of the country

Justin Webb
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Idea
16:30

Is Netflix behind the Covid baby bust?

Epidemics have always been disastrous for demography but good TV is a new phenomenon

| 3 March

The woke battle for cultural imperialism

The use of language to impose a worldview can easily become violent

The use of language to impose a worldview can easily become violent

Mary Harrington
How liberal solidarity unravelled

Without anything to fight for, politics can easily descend into posturing

Without anything to fight for, politics can easily descend into posturing

Benjamin Teitelbaum
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Idea
16:30

Is Netflix behind the Covid baby bust?

Epidemics have always been disastrous for demography but good TV is a new phenomenon

| 3 March

Blair’s constant war on freedom

With his call for vaccine passports, the former PM wants to surrender our civil liberties all over again

Maajid Nawaz
Can Jordan Peterson bring order?

Unfortunately, his new book forgets the status quo simply doesn't work for everyone

Jenny McCartney
What India sacrificed to fight Covid

Pandemic restrictions have left millions struggling to survive in the world's biggest democracy

Kavitha Iyer
How the EU humiliated itself

Brussels' vaccine incompetence was motivated by spite

Peter Franklin
Blair’s constant war on freedom

With his call for vaccine passports, the former PM wants to surrender our civil liberties all over again

Maajid Nawaz
Radical policies for Rishi

Could these modest proposals help kick-start our post-Covid economy?

Various Contributors
We will never defeat the Taliban

While the West fights an enemy that doesn't exist, Afghanistan is poised to fall to pieces

Mike Martin

While the West fights an enemy that doesn't exist, Afghanistan is poised to fall to pieces

Mike Martin
Eating disorders aren’t only about body image

It's patronising to blame anorexia on social media crazes and Hollywood

Ben Sixsmith
In defence of moral panics

More often than not, we need to listen to our inner Mary Whitehouse

Niall Gooch

Interviews.

we sit down with original thinkers and talk ideas

Headmaster: I refuse to make pupils wear masks in class

One London school will not be following the Government guidance

Rapper Loki: Class, not identity, should drive politics

Freddie Sayers discusses the taboo of social class with the Glaswegian musician

David Blunkett and Charles Walker join forces to question lockdowns

Politicians from Left and Right on being in the dissenting minority

Claire Lehmann: Facebook has made a bad miscalculation

Quillette's founding editor discusses the company's decision to pull news content

Government scientist speaks out: we want the old normal back

Freddie Sayers spoke to SPI-M member Dr Michael Tildesley about learning to live with the virus


Reaction
15:16

Treasury North: campus or colonial outpost?

Instead of devolving resources to Darlington, Whitehall has chosen to devolve itself

| 3 March
Explainer
11:23

What now for Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party?

An alliance with Europe's far-Right may be on the cards

HerdWatch
07:00

A national newspaper gives a pulpit to a bloodstained dictator

Baron Lebedev has recast Rwanda's president as an environmental hero

| 3 March
Reaction
16:38

Why is the NYT perpetuating myths about trans life in Britain?

The paper has a warped image of the UK's transgender climate

| 2 March
Response
11:24

Cambridge University’s cosy relationship with China

Today's revelations are only the latest in a long line of links with the CCP

| 2 March
Chart
07:00

What’s spooking Rishi?

Bond yields are ticking up — and sharply

| 2 March
Debate
15:00

Blood on the virtual street at Clubhouse

A discussion of 'wokeism' quickly turned into a coup

| 1 March
Idea
11:05

Boris should make St. David’s Day a national holiday

It's the perfect opportunity to appease an agitated part of the UK

Explainer
08:30

Why Tories should welcome the new Scottish Labour leader

The election of Anas Sarwar is good for the Union and the Conservatives

| 1 March
Video
19:18

Headmaster: I refuse to make pupils wear masks in class

One London school will not be following the Government guidance

| 28 February
Spotted
17:17

Mark Carney has some explaining to do

The former Governor of the Bank of England's halo is a little tarnished

| 26 February
Chart
15:03

LGBT: an elegy for the L and G

More and more young people claim not to be straight

| 26 February
Series: The challenge from China

The challenge from China

What are the superpower’s plans for the future?

Will Billie Eilish ever grow up?

She wouldn't be the first child star to be crushed by early success

Sarah Ditum
What India sacrificed to fight Covid

Pandemic restrictions have left millions struggling to survive in the world's biggest democracy

Kavitha Iyer
Inside the race to create a vaccine passport

With lockdowns set to be lifted, start-ups are already competing for Government approval

Steve Boggan
France can’t cancel Napoleon

How will Emmanuel Macron mark the general's difficult bicentenary?

John Lichfield
Twilight of the American empire

After years of liberal imperialism, the US has finally overstretched itself

Aris Roussinos

After years of liberal imperialism, the US has finally overstretched itself

Aris Roussinos
How to stop China’s long march

The world is now wide awake to communist hostility — coordinated action must follow

Edward Luttwak
Confessions of a female journalist

Revealing secrets has become a commodity with the power to make or break a career

Sarah Ditum

Box Set: Black Lives Matter

Our contributors examine the protest movement that shook the world

America’s struggle to end extremism

Both Left and Right have seen violence carried out in their name — and done nothing

Douglas Murray
Can Ireland survive the new cultural revolution?

If your economy is ruled from California, then your society will be too

Angela Nagle
Should our footballers be down on their knees?

There's a reason people are uncomfortable with this strange new ritual

Douglas Murray
The trouble with woke Etonians

Embracing identity politics allows public schoolboys to avoid acknowledging real privilege

David Goodhart

Don’t worry about your sperm count

A testy book fails to explain why mankind is doomed

Tom Chivers
Can Jordan Peterson bring order?

Unfortunately, his new book forgets the status quo simply doesn't work for everyone

Jenny McCartney
Why political language matters

When politicians talk in abstractions, politics itself begins to lose coherence

Zachary Hardman
Free speech warriors are the real puritans

Critics of today's progressives understand liberty, but not their opponents

Tomiwa Owolade