Today's Edition, 28 January 2021

For Clinton feminists, not all women are equal

Female liberation has been colonised by the class interests of a wealthy elite

Mary Harrington
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18:27

Gamestop is a classic Robin Hood tale

Social media is empowering the anti-establishment current in American culture

| 27 January

Sneering scientists won’t win over anti-vaxxers

Public intellectuals risk alienating religious believers

Public intellectuals risk alienating religious believers

Giles Fraser
The War on Terror returns home

Twenty years of conflict is boomeranging back to America

Twenty years of conflict is boomeranging back to an increasingly unstable America

Will Lloyd
Why the West isn’t racist

Without the Enlightenment, there would be no individual freedom

The Enlightenment gave us individual freedom — yet Kehinde Andrews blames it for anti-black bigotry

Ralph Leonard
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18:27

Gamestop is a classic Robin Hood tale

Social media is empowering the anti-establishment current in American culture

| 27 January

The cost of vaccine nationalism

By hoarding jabs, rich countries put the whole world at risk

Will vaccine wars destabilise Britain?

When it comes to Covid compliance, we will no longer stand together

How China could turn off Britain’s lights

Businesses loyal to Beijing are taking over our nuclear power and electricity systems

My dog is ruining my life

Thousands adopted a pet in lockdown. I can't be the only one who regrets it

Ed West
America’s struggle to end extremism

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

Douglas Murray
Why can’t the Left let go of Trump?

Those who thought they were fighting a monster are in danger of becoming one

Kat Rosenfield
Lockdowns don’t protect the elderly

Generational conflict will define post-pandemic Britain

Jennie Bristow

Generational conflict will define post-pandemic Britain

Jennie Bristow
The cost of vaccine nationalism

By hoarding jabs, rich countries put the whole world at risk

Laura Spinney
The uncomfortable truth about death

The pandemic has forced us to confront our mortality - and that is no bad thing

John Lee

Interviews.

we sit down with original thinkers and talk ideas

Sacked Eton teacher: I stand by my patriarchy lecture

In his first interview, Will Knowland tells Freddie Sayers about his departure from the school

Adam Wagner: are lockdowns a threat to human rights?

The human rights lawyer gave Freddie Sayers a sobering assessment

Andrew Sullivan: I was right about Donald Trump

Freddie Sayers speaks to the columnist and commentator about the crisis in America

Jonathan Haidt: the political chaos isn’t over yet

Freddie Sayers asks the author and moral psychologist if the principles of The Righteous Mind still stand

Tech censorship: how paranoid should we be?

Freddie Sayers spoke to journalist and civil libertarian Glenn Greenwald, who gave an unsettling answer


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11:53

George Monbiot’s ‘Ministry of Truth’ is a dangerous idea

Some of my fellow lockdown hardliners are going off the deep end

| 27 January
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07:45

Why is a Holocaust museum putting on a George Floyd exhibition?

A universal progressive politics is influencing museums around the world

| 27 January
Behind the news
15:12

Football politics is already complicating this year’s Euros

Who can — and will — host a Covid-secure tournament?

| 26 January
Idea
11:00

Are we about to witness a cloning boom?

It's time we made cloning a major industry in the UK

| 26 January
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07:00

Digital ghosts: the eerie next step in your customised world

Microsoft's new patent could immortalise your personality long after death

| 26 January
Response
17:31

Not dead yet: Conservatism in Wales is alive and kicking

The narrative of decline and infighting is not based in reality

| 25 January
Event
14:28

Xi Jinping addresses Davos — from a parallel universe

The Chinese president made no mention of his country's pandemic response

| 25 January
Debate
11:00

What the British Left can learn from Denmark

The Danish PM's 'zero asylum seekers' goal will neutralise the populist Right

| 25 January
Event
07:00

40 years on from its creation, the SDP has another chance

The Limehouse Declaration offered a different blueprint for governance

| 25 January
Spotted
17:28

Lana Del Rey, Laschian conservative

The singer echoes the late academic's distaste for the US's narcissistic culture

| 22 January
Explainer
16:10

The Fire Brigades Union has nothing to apologise for

Throughout the pandemic, firefighters have worked for the national interest

| 22 January
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14:00

Joe Biden’s European conundrum

Can a new president stop the EU and the USA drifting apart?

| 22 January
Series: Can Boris make a comeback?

Can Boris make a comeback?

A year after winning his dazzling majority, the Prime Minister is a shadow of his former self

Is a vaccine trade war brewing?

The breakdown of supply chains and squabbles over jab efficacy proves a dangerous combination

Tom Chivers
The rise of hip hop politicians

A young, African electorate is growing frustrated with corrupt, ageing despots

Daniel Knowles
How China could turn off Britain’s lights

Businesses loyal to Beijing are taking over our nuclear power and electricity systems

Clive Hamilton
French cartoonists are in trouble again

Le Monde, which defended the right to offend Islam, is more 'Anglo-Saxon' on the transgender issue

John Lichfield
Cancel culture rarely survives a plague

Ideological mania can become too costly to maintain

Sean Thomas

Ideological mania can become too costly to maintain

Sean Thomas
Martin Luther would have ruled Twitter

The culture war debates playing out on social media have a precedent in the Reformation

Tom Holland
The capturing of the Capitol

Why did no one question the military occupation of Washington?

Michael Tracey

Box Set: Black Lives Matter

Our contributors examine the protest movement that shook the world

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
The making of a modern martyr

From Patrick Pearse to George Floyd, they're a sign the political conversation has broken down

Jenny McCartney

A Moonshot Mission that misses its target

Mariana Mazzucato recommends pouring money into problems that can't be solved

Peter Franklin
Can a computer be moral?

A new book about AI comes to an alarming conclusion

Timandra Harkness
The other virus haunting our screens

Masks, conspiracy theories and deep-cleaning: It's a Sin feels eerily familiar

Matthew Sweet
It’s time to stop blaming boomers

A new book by Helen Andrews both scorns and salutes the most vilified generation

Ben Sixsmith