I do love the Guardian. As the years go by almost no publication continues to give me such constant amusement. This week has been no exception. Read more
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Liberal-minded people carry around as many presumptions as anyone. But among the most striking is the idea that history goes in one direction; that tomorrow is likely to be better than
British Muslim reformer Maajid Nawaz complained after it defamed him and hurt fund-raising for his organization. It’s now paying him more than $3 million. Any free society must expect that
On publication in May last year, The Strange Death of Europe became a surprise bestseller and remained so all last summer. It’s rare that a book of such seriousness,
The New Statesman has apologised to Sir Roger Scruton. In a statement published on its website, the magazine has admitted that in April this year its deputy editor, George Eaton,
I hope readers will forgive me for returning to a subject I addressed here recently. It was a reflection on the current confusion over who in our society is allowed
The New York Times’s strange jihad against post-Brexit Britain continues. Some readers may have missed the paper’s insistence that having only just finished eating mutton, the British public are currently
In July I did two live events in Dublin and London with Jordan Peterson and Sam Harris. At each of these venues (the first at the 3Arena in Dublin,
L’étrange suicide de l’Europe est l’histoire d'un continent et d'une culture pris en flagrant délit de suicide. Baisse des taux de natalité, immigration massive, méfiance et haine de soi se