19:00

Labour MP: UK should have followed Sweden’s pandemic response Graham Stringer argued that the Nordic country performed better during Covid-19

Archie Earle

18:15

Joe Biden causes inter-Zoomer rift

UnHerd Staff

16:00

Can Europe’s Right-wing alliances hold? Political shifts on the continent may cause future divisions

William Nattrass

13:00

What if the Sydney killer had no motive? Commentators were quick to blame Joel Cauchi's attacks on misogyny and Islamism

Simon Cottee

11:00

David Lammy’s ‘progressive realism’ isn’t realistic

Ollie Ryan Tucker

07:00

David Nutt: MPs against smoking ban should legalise drugs The former Government adviser accused politicians of 'logical inconsistency'

Rob Lownie

Wednesday
17.04

17.04

‘Polycule’ relationships are a bureaucratic nightmare When 20 people are in the one relationship, someone's bound to be a loser

Eliza Mondegreen

17.04

French university cancels Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s Palestine event

UnHerd Staff

17.04

Is Joe Biden losing Pennsylvania? The President's visit to the state comes at a difficult moment for Democrats

Kyle Sammin

17.04

Mehdi Hasan’s new media channel: activism as journalism

Ashley Rindsberg

17.04

Humza Yousaf’s misogyny law is a threat to women The SNP is trying to impose gender ideology via the backdoor

Joan Smith

17.04

NatCon: are centrists the real threat to free speech? Purported moderates are turning out to be the most censorious

Alex Hochuli

Tuesday
16.04

16.04

Calls to defund NPR grow after CEO tweets resurface Katherine Maher has made a series of incendiary comments

Laurel Duggan

16.04

Is a Jordan Peterson-Richard Dawkins showdown coming?

UnHerd Staff

16.04

Yanis Varoufakis: I support Nigel Farage’s right to annoy me The politician called the attempted NatCon shutdown 'farcical authoritarianism'

James Billot

16.04

Could David Cameron work for Labour? The Foreign Secretary was asked by Ed Balls whether he'd serve under Keir Starmer

Aaron Bastani

16.04

A multipolar world might backfire for America’s enemies

Peter Franklin

16.04

The Sydney killer’s misogyny is being overlooked Hatred of women has become normalised in modern society

Josephine Bartosch

Monday
15.04

15.04

Gavin Newsom’s futile bid to ‘Trump-proof’ California The Governor is engaging in another pointless crusade

Joel Kotkin

15.04

Kemi Badenoch reclaims number one spot in Tory Cabinet poll

UnHerd Staff

15.04

MPs call for review of Government disinformation unit A Commons committee has questioned the group's pandemic-era censorship

Rob Lownie

15.04

The Ivy League donor revolt isn’t over Wealthy alumni are continuing to oppose campus protests over Gaza

Laurel Duggan

15.04

Salman Rushdie: now the censors are progressives The author has claimed that artistic freedom is under attack from all sides

Tomiwa Owolade

15.04

Middle East tensions will fuel energy price volatility Oil-driven inflation risks crippling the West

Philip Pilkington

Sunday
14.04

14.04

Will Netanyahu go rogue on Israel’s Iran response? This situation could be derailed by a disproportionate reaction

David Patrikarakos

14.04

German companies deserve blame for deindustrialisation Businesses have long engaged in self-destructive policies

Ralph Schoellhammer

14.04

Looming inflation threatens Joe Biden’s re-election

John Rapley

Saturday
13.04

13.04

When will Iran strike Israel? Tehran officials believe they have no choice

Aris Roussinos

13.04

‘Latine’: progressives’ new favourite buzzword The new term is said to be more inclusive than 'Latinx'

Soledad Ursúa

13.04

Taylor Swift ignites a new war in the music streaming industry

Josiah Gogarty

13.04

Boris Johnson is out of step with the public on smoking bans Brits are much more authoritarian than the former PM realises

Peter Franklin

Friday
12.04

12.04

US universities crack down on Palestine protests A string of colleges have penalised students for campus demonstrations 

Laurel Duggan

12.04

Curtis Yarvin debates Christopher Rufo on the future of the Right

UnHerd Staff

12.04

Japan’s pacifist era is officially over Tokyo is back as a major player in international affairs

Philip Patrick

12.04

Angela Rayner’s hypocrisy will be her undoing Keir Starmer's deputy has made a career out of holding others to high standards

Henry Hill

12.04

Investigative journalism is reaching breaking point openDemocracy's depleted workforce is another sign of an industry in despair

Gavin Haynes

12.04

Migration pact will only deepen EU divisions Eastern European leaders are opposed to the bloc's plans for relocation

William Nattrass

Thursday
11.04

11.04

Sam Harris: jihadists are worse than Nazis The neuroscientist claimed it was a matter of civilisation versus its enemies

Laurel Duggan

11.04

Salman Rushdie returns to the spotlight

UnHerd Staff

11.04

O.J. Simpson’s strange internet afterlife Younger generations saw him as a curious, semi-comic figure

Oliver Bateman

11.04

Is the US election influencing Bank of England interest rates? The possible return of Donald Trump has spooked policymakers

Philip Pilkington

11.04

Will Joker: Folie à Deux be an incel film?

Ralph Leonard

11.04

The SNP won’t be easy to kill Scottish Labour's polling lead is not a defeat of nationalism

Eddie Barnes

11.04

The three groups opposing the smartphone ban are all wrong Sceptics, libertarians and fatalists are failing to address the root of the problem

Miriam Cates

Wednesday
10.04

10.04

Meet Melina Abdullah, Cornel West’s BLM activist VP pick

Laurel Duggan

10.04

Joe Biden’s green agenda is alienating the working class The President is once again stuck between workers and progressives

Fred Bauer

10.04

Is Nicole Shanahan’s RFK Jr honeymoon over already?

UnHerd Staff

10.04

Stonewall memory-holes opposition to Cass Report Organisations are scrabbling to revise earlier positions on youth gender transition

Joan Smith

10.04

How much influence does the US really have over Israel? It remains unclear whether Netanyahu will heed calls for a ceasefire

Lahav Harkov

10.04

Food prices are falling — but interest rates won’t Structural changes in the economy are forcing the hand of central banks

John Rapley

10.04

David Cameron: Ukraine war is ‘good value for money’

Laurel Duggan

Tuesday
09.04

09.04

The long uncancellation of Mike Tyson One of boxing's biggest stars has clawed his way back to public favour

Oliver Bateman

09.04

US deficit to exceed $1.5 trillion in 2024

UnHerd Staff

09.04

Poland pushes ahead with hardline hate speech law Worthy efforts to challenge anti-LGBT discrimination risk becoming authoritarian

Michal Kranz

09.04

Son of £5-million party donor elected Young Labour chair

UnHerd Staff

09.04

Liberals in shock as Pope reveals he is Catholic Francis may be on the political Left, but he is theologically conservative

Niall Gooch

09.04

Is Labour finally taking on the NHS? Wes Streeting has criticised the Left's sacred cow in a new op-ed

Peter Franklin

09.04

65% of young British Muslims oppose Israel’s right to exist

Archie Earle

Monday
08.04

08.04

Study: women and girls lead decline in youth mental health Researchers discovered a huge rise in depression and anxiety among the cohort

Laurel Duggan

08.04

Does University Challenge have a diversity quota?

UnHerd Staff

08.04

The latest medicalised self-harm: amputation Cutting off healthy limbs is increasingly en vogue

John Murawski

08.04

Solar eclipse: the return of re-enchantment? We are moving away from the material and towards the numinous

Mary Harrington

08.04

North Korean HGVs pose a threat to the West The hermit kingdom has made substantial additions to its missile arsenal

Philip Pilkington

Sunday
07.04

07.04

Curb Your Enthusiasm: the last politically incorrect sitcom

Rory Kiberd

07.04

A new culture war is brewing over autism and ADHD NHS referrals have soared beyond capacity in recent years

David Swift

07.04

Péter Magyar is Viktor Orbán’s most serious challenger yet The Fidesz whistleblower has inspired huge protests in Hungary

William Nattrass

Saturday
06.04

06.04

Aslef train strikes don’t go far enough Ongoing industrial action is mostly performative

Philip Cunliffe

06.04

In Scoop, Prince Andrew isn’t the story

Rob Lownie

06.04

The crypto boom could be one big bezzle A surge in prices does not explain what function cryptocurrencies serve

Louis-Vincent Gave

Friday
05.04

05.04

Are Democrats giving up on Hispanic voters? Party strategists are worried that outreach efforts might benefit Trump

Laurel Duggan

05.04

The Rock abandons Joe Biden

UnHerd Staff

05.04

No Labels was too Beltway to ever succeed The political group has announced it will not be running a third-party ticket

Fred Bauer

05.04

Why is William Wragg getting off lightly?

Gareth Roberts

05.04

Campus censorship set for a record-breaking 2024 There have been nearly 50 deplatforming attempts in the US already this year

Greg Lukianoff

05.04

Europe only has itself to blame for its economic decline

Ralph Schoellhammer

05.04

Reform UK threatens Tories in over 300 seats A new YouGov MRP may reinvigorate talk of an electoral pact

John Oxley

Thursday
04.04

04.04

Antifa goes on trial in California

UnHerd Staff

04.04

Is the American Left trying to win over evangelicals? Donald Trump has alienated swathes of Christian voters

Laurel Duggan

04.04

Yousaf receives more hate complaints than JK Rowling

Joan Smith

04.04

Nato’s ‘Trump-proof’ $100-billion fund is anti-democratic It threatens to make the bloc independent of national political authority

Johan Wennström

04.04

Tory leaders are to blame for the collapse of the Red Wall

Peter Franklin

04.04

Why won’t Britain stand up to Israel over aid worker deaths? Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer have both offered mealy-mouthed responses

Aaron Bastani