How to argue with a racist

23 Jan / 5 mins

Adam Rutherford's new book wrestles with the difficult subject of race and science

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Dear Chancellor, we’ve written your speech for you — no need to thank us

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My party was wrecked by liberals and Toytown revolutionaries. Here's how to vanquish them

Is this the end for Labour?

13 Dec / 4 mins

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The modern Labour Party decries patriotism and believes Britain's enemies always 'have a point'

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The presenter's victory isn't an elitist moment: it's part of a long battle for equality and dignity

View all posts by Julie Bindel

Xi Jinping is not leading the nation on a path of slow evolution towards liberal democracy

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Donald Trump will win, national populism in Europe will continue apace and the Green movement will grow

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The finest minds lose all their nuance when they get political on Twitter

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Notionally scientific parenting questions are in truth vehicles for class and cultural debates

View all posts by Mary Harrington

Why the drugs don’t work

21 Jan / 5 mins

Thousands are given ineffective medicines because trial data is purposely skewed

How racist are you?

15 Jan / 7 mins

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Kurt Anderson's Fantasyland explores the US tendency to blur fact with fiction

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Thanks to celebrities, more people are demanding help — while those most in need are overlooked

How liars become leaders

27 Dec / 4 mins

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Norway has eradicated child road deaths. With the same political will we could fix some of our most intractable issues

View all posts by Ian Birrell

Cancel culture is not about righting wrongs or making the world more tolerant

View all posts by Meghan Murphy

The Potteries voted to Leave by the biggest margin of any large town or city. A local lad went back to his birthplace to find out why

Macron’s Brexit plan

10 Oct / 6 mins

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If the duchy is to survive Brexit, it needs better infrastructure

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British liberals have created a Europe of their imagination, but how closely does it resemble reality?

View all posts by Ed West