22:05

Why is the BBC calling Scarlet Blake a woman? Reporting ignores a basic biological fact about the murderer

Josephine Bartosch

19:30

News round-up: NYT heretics, Rupert Murdoch and BBC pronoun policing

UnHerd Staff

18:30

Poll: 28% of young Democrats voting ‘uncommitted’ over Biden in Michigan The President has a youth voter problem

Laurel Duggan

16:25

Diversity drive hinders British Army recruitment The military is bemoaning largely self-inflicted problems

Henry Hill

14:00

Fall in house prices won’t save the market Reports of the property sector's comeback are premature

John Rapley

10:00

‘Instagram moms’ are facilitating paedophiles — report A New York Times article lays bare the disturbing rise of girl influencers

Eliza Mondegreen

07:00

The Houthi air strikes aren’t working Western responses to Red Sea blockades have been counterproductive

Philip Pilkington

Sunday
25.02

25.02

Project 2025: a wish list for the American Right The 900-page document is being misunderstood by liberals

Laurel Duggan

25.02

Why Nikki Haley won’t quit Defeat to Trump in South Carolina is not the end of her campaign

Emily Jashinsky

Saturday
24.02

24.02

The case against Shamima Begum Her suffering does not justify her return to Britain

Niall Gooch

24.02

New app uses AI to hunt down cheating spouses 'Oops Busted!!' raises major privacy concerns

Madeleine Stone

Friday
23.02

23.02

Yale turns its back on DEI policies The university has announced that it will reinstate standardised testing

Neetu Arnold

23.02

News round-up: Google bias, Bill Ackman & British academia fightback

James Billot

23.02

Britain’s falling divorce rates: a victory for feminism? Marriage break-ups are at their lowest level for 50 years

Zoe Strimpel

23.02

Is Tulsi Gabbard going to endorse Donald Trump? Once a Democratic rising star, the ex-congresswoman has moved increasingly to the Right

Fred Bauer

23.02

Expect Google’s Gemini 2.0 to be even worse When it comes to AI, the cure is often worse than the disease

Daniel Kalder

23.02

Liz Truss’s mysterious turn against globalism The CPAC audience was unconvinced by the ex-PM's apocalyptic message

Peter Franklin

Thursday
22.02

22.02

What’s behind the Chinese migrant surge at the US border? Certain US commentators have expressed fears about CCP infiltration

Laurel Duggan

22.02

News round-up: failing sanctions, DEI, & CPAC merch

James Billot

22.02

Israelis push for Netanyahu to resign Public opposition is threatening to spill into all-out confrontation

David Swift

22.02

Is the Nvidia boom built on sand? The tech company's stock has surged off the back of the AI revolution

Philip Pilkington

22.02

Christian nationalism: the Left’s new campaign target Fear of Trump has given way to concerns about the religious Right

Laurel Duggan

22.02

Ceasefire vote chaos deepens Labour divisions Keir Starmer is losing control over his party's foreign policy

Tom McTague

Wednesday
21.02

21.02

News round-up: RFK Jr’s fickle voters, ‘racist’ Google AI & David Irving

James Billot

21.02

Revealed: the Labour voters who’ll decide the next election New research examines a chunk of Britons currently propelling the party to victory

Peter Franklin

21.02

A second Ursula von der Leyen term would hurt Europe The EU President has governed more as a Green than a conservative

Ralph Schoellhammer

21.02

Trans cyclist Emily Bridges: ‘elite sport is over for me’ Male athletes are still upset at being excluded from women's competition

Joan Smith

21.02

Net Zero threatens 40% of UK households — report New research shows that the green energy transition will make the poor poorer

UnHerd Staff

Tuesday
20.02

20.02

My day with the Julian Assange superfans Corbynites and serial protestors came out in support of the WikiLeaks founder

Panda La Terriere

20.02

News round-up: Irish censorship, work-shy Zoomers & The Resistance

James Billot

20.02

Keir Starmer’s painful road to a ceasefire Labour's Gaza position has changed incrementally in recent months

Rob Lownie

20.02

Are Canada’s Conservatives adopting a MAGA approach to foreign policy? Pierre Poilievre is moving in an isolationist direction

Michael Cuenco

20.02

Bill Browder: We need a Navalny Act The prominent Putin critic has pushed for further sanctions

Latika M. Bourke

20.02

Is Sue Gray the new Dominic Cummings? Keir Starmer has had to rein in his Chief of Staff over citizens' assemblies

John Oxley

Monday
19.02

19.02

Trump’s Sneaker Con appearance is a challenge to Biden Young voters are up for grabs this year

Oliver Bateman

19.02

Nvidia: a market bubble waiting to burst The software company's stock price is now worth more than Spain

John Rapley

19.02

Higher defence spending won’t save Europe Budgetary and industrial constraints are dragging the continent down

Philip Pilkington

19.02

New study: trans youth not at elevated risk of suicide Finnish research questions a common assertion about dysphoric young people

Mary Harrington

Sunday
18.02

18.02

J.D. Vance: Trump was the best Russia deterrent The senator claimed that the former president was not in 'Putin's pocket'

UnHerd Staff

18.02

Ezra Klein: another Democrat calls for Biden to step down The New York Times columnist argued there were better options

James Billot

18.02

SNP looks to exploit Gaza tensions at Scottish Labour conference The Israel-Palestine conflict continues to cause Keir Starmer problems

Eddie Barnes

Saturday
17.02

17.02

RFK Jr. winning young and ethnic minority support — analysis In a three-way race, the indepedent candidate wins 38% of the vote among those aged 18-34

Laurel Duggan

17.02

Tinder, Hinge and other dating apps face legal reckoning Plaintiffs claim that parent company Match promotes 'addictive' behaviour

Magdalene Taylor

17.02

Germany weaponises new NGO bill against the Right A bill led by Olaf Scholz implicitly favours progressive causes

Ralph Schoellhammer

Friday
16.02

16.02

Alexei Navalny death spurs partisan bickering in US The news evoked fighting over Trump and Ukraine

Laurel Duggan

16.02

New research finds three major types of ‘femcel’ frustration An analysis of 24,000 posts is one of the most comprehensive yet

Katherine Dee

16.02

News round-up: Israel poll, Elon Musk & a $50,000 scam

James Billot

16.02

Alexei Navalny dead: a contested legacy Putin's most courageous opponent was not exactly a liberal

Katherine Bayford

16.02

If not Kamala Harris, who can replace Joe Biden? — analysis The Democrats have more electoral options than they realise

James Hanson

16.02

French Playboy is no mouthpiece for the hard-Right Lifestyle magazines have always been political in La République

Peter Allen

16.02

By-election results show the power of Reform It's 1997 all over again — but with a twist

Tom McTague

Thursday
15.02

15.02

Divisive ‘ethnic studies’ spread through US high schools Educators are pushing racially-charged curricula

Laurel Duggan

15.02

News round-up: Biden on TikTok, London’s train names & Tucker’s Moscow love-in

James Billot

15.02

Does Putin really ‘prefer Biden to Trump’? Russia's leader is keeping us guessing

Bethany Elliott

15.02

London’s new train line names: not a ‘great man’ in sight All aboard the Lioness line

Mary Harrington

15.02

The EU will turn to Britain for nuclear protection If the US pulls out of Nato, the bloc has another ally it can depend on

Peter Franklin

15.02

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans believe Taylor Swift is part of psyop to re-elect Biden A new poll finds a significant percentage are suspicious of the singer's motives

Laurel Duggan

Wednesday
14.02

14.02

News round-up: Military rule, Princeton defends DEI & US jobs growth

James Billot

14.02

Guardian writer claims parkrun is a ‘battleground’ for trans people Jonathan Liew blamed the 'reactionary Right' for turning running into a culture war

Joan Smith

14.02

Downtown San Francisco is beyond redemption A declining population has been compounded by social problems

Joel Kotkin

14.02

The Body Shop goes bust: Gen Z sours on beauty giant The high-street retailer has fallen victim to the TikTokification of the industry

Kristina Murkett

14.02

EU elections poll: record surge for French hard-Right Populist parties are expected to capitalise on public anger

Nabila Ramdani

14.02

Valentine’s Day marred by loneliness crisis Social bonds have long been fraying — but there is a solution

Brad Wilcox

Tuesday
13.02

13.02

New York special election: immigration and abortion dominate The race to replace former Congressman George Santos has national implications

Laurel Duggan

13.02

News round-up: UK farmer protests, Labour loses Muslim support & Harvard’s hunger strike

James Billot

13.02

Geert Wilders popularity grows as political crisis deepens The Right-winger is benefitting from stalling Dutch coalition talks

Peter Franklin

13.02

‘Uncancellable’ — Kanye West album reaches number one Vultures 1 has topped the charts in over 100 countries on iTunes

Ralph Leonard

13.02

Jon Stewart’s Daily Show is a joke that got old Weak centrist gags made it an unconvincing return for the former host

Oliver Bateman

13.02

Donald Tusk: mass migration is a ‘civilisational threat’ Poland's new PM warned that the country had to 'wake up'

UnHerd Staff

Monday
12.02

12.02

What would a Kamala Harris presidency look like? The Vice President has announced that she is 'ready to serve'

Laurel Duggan

12.02

PM round-up: Kanye West, RFK Jr. & Edinburgh’s new gender-critical rector

James Billot

12.02

Gender-critical Stonewall founder named Edinburgh University rector Simon Fanshawe will assume office next month

Rob Lownie

12.02

Gen Z doesn’t want disco cathedrals Canterbury Cathedral's rave attendees were mostly middle-aged

Esmé Partridge

12.02

America is driving Germany’s deindustrialisation The promise of LNG in place of Russian gas has not materialised

Philip Pilkington

12.02

Labour’s Rochdale controversy is more than just a gaffe Azhar Ali's anti-Israel comments reveal a stubborn conspiracism within the party

John Oxley

Sunday
11.02

11.02

Soho House was always doomed to fail The club's expansion has put it on a path to bankruptcy

Josiah Gogarty

Saturday
10.02

10.02

Polyamory is the next big culture war issue A growing sexual identity may seek legal recognition

John Murawski

Friday
09.02

09.02

Joe Biden is driving America off a fiscal cliff The deficit is expected to soar to over $2 trillion in the next decade

Fred Bauer

09.02

PM Update: Tucker meets Vlad, gender critical court win & Piers Morgan

James Billot

09.02

Are Europe’s farmers winning? Brussels has offered concessions — but the timing is suspicious

Ralph Schoellhammer

09.02

Shahrar Ali wins gender-critical case against Green Party A court ruled that the former deputy leader was discriminated against

Joan Smith

09.02

Tucker Carlson is no friend of Vladimir Putin His interview exposed the gulf between Russia's interests and the dissident Right

Mary Harrington