It's time to rise up against the uglification of our cities

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You can tell much by our response to the pain of asylum seekers

View all posts by Giles Fraser

In RH Benson's futuristic novel, secularism and euthanasia are commonplace

View all posts by Douglas Murray

The trouble with TIGgers

26 Feb / 4 mins

The new centrist party is trying to take us back to the future

View all posts by Graeme Archer

Coastal deprivation is deepening and the plight of those on the periphery is being ignored

View all posts by James Bloodworth

Urban Liberals are engaging in behaviours they would associate with Populists and extremists

View all posts by Matthew Goodwin

Just how harmful is porn?

03 Apr / 5 mins

Why we should be sceptical about the Government's website blocker

View all posts by Tom Chivers

The myth of meritocracy

17 Apr / 4 mins

How the utopian ideal brings about a dystopian future

View all posts by Polly Mackenzie

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

In drifting towards the hard Left, the gilets jaunes risk losing support

View all posts by John Lichfield

A new audience is discovering the genre-bending power of verse

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

The roots of current insurgencies – aspiration stifled by autocracy – stretch back to 2011 and beyond

View all posts by Ian Birrell