Writers

Bad things happen when conformity is mistaken for balance

View all posts by Peter Franklin

Why has an absurd story about Oxbridge access not caused more of a stir?

View all posts by Douglas Murray

Reality is being commandeered to suit nonsense politics

View all posts by Graeme Archer

Like the wider Left, the TUC doesn’t do working-class revolts any more

View all posts by Paul Embery

Too few of those agitating for a second referendum have reflected on the lessons of 2016

View all posts by Matthew Goodwin

Are you truly unfakeable?

19 Feb / 4 mins

The waters of AI are rising, so too is the risk of abuse

View all posts by Tom Chivers

Leftist critics of JK Rowling's novels show how partisanship rots the brain

View all posts by Polly Mackenzie

To win back trust, Big Tech needs to hand power to the people

View all posts by Carl Miller

The very men tasked with making life better for women are making their lives infinitely worse

View all posts by Julie Bindel

Big tech is out of touch

10 Feb / 4 mins

Blinded by its own bright light, Silicon Valley has forgotten what the real world looks like

View all posts by Henry Olsen

Brush up on your economics – and start the year on an optimistic note

View all posts by Victoria Bateman

The 2019 Franco-Italian war

12 Feb / 8 mins

As France withdraws its ambassador to Rome, might European jealousies break the EU

View all posts by John Lichfield

Bidisha’s Christmas Reading – for victims of abuse, #MeToo truth-telling is the first step

View all posts by Bidisha

The most important battle in the Conservative party isn't over Brexit, it's over capitalism

View all posts by Liam Halligan

It doesn't take long for a nation to normalise death on demand

View all posts by Ian Birrell

Mike Leigh's new film risks glorifying violence and falsifying history

View all posts by Allan Mallinson

Who wants to live forever?

19 Sep / 4 mins

Life expectancy has increased enormously for some – but at what cost?

View all posts by Nigel Cameron