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Why was the New York Times "called out" for factual reporting?
As a Leave voter I don’t blame them for the feeling of grief. I simply think they should have got over it.
I didn't 'savage' Matthew Parris on Newsnight, says Douglas Murray. But the exchange did highlight one of the reasons why I chip into this discussion so rarely.
TWITTER is not always the best medium for exchanging ideas.
At the weekend there was a gay pride march in Waltham Forest. This is one of those parts of East London that is generally termed ‘diverse’— that glorious catch-all, problem-covering-over, term.
In the days before Boris Johnson became Prime Minister, his opponents did what they always do. Bitter Tories, furious Leftists and fearful Remainers didn't just insult him, they underestimated him.
Editorial impartiality is being sacrificed on Twitter for likes and RTs
Roger Scruton has been reappointed as head of a government housing body after he was sacked in April following a magazine interview in which his views were misrepresented.
Is identity politics driving us mad? From outrage mobs to public shaming, our politics have never been angrier. But what's driving this new culture war - and how can we end the hysteria?
Join The Spectator's Douglas Murray and Lionel Shriver for an enlightening discussion.
Ticket and book option includes a copy of Douglas Murray's eagerly anticipated new book The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity(RRP £20).
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Douglas Murray writes so well that when he is wrong he is dangerous.
The most disturbing political book I’ve read this year. Accurate, insightful and devastating.
It is highly encouraging to find someone youthful, defiant and principled who can both write and think at the same time.