There are moral and practical reasons why using force to stop a far-right march is justified.
When columnists call for a solution to “The Muslim Problem” it begins to legitimise the kind of hate boiling over in the US.
As part of our 90s comedy week, we look at the last great sitcom of the decade, Spaced.
The moral argument against giving hyperpartisan sites parliamentary access is weak.
Overt antisemitism is now unacceptable, but that doesn't mean prejudice against Jewish people is extinct.
Tim Montgomerie's new venture has some promise, but it's trying to solve an old problem.
The hyper-partisan digital left has adopted and adapted many of the old tabloids’ tricks.
The BBC is a standing rebuke to the idea the state can't get anything right and everything should be left to the market. The publication of its pay data is designed to embarrass it.
Outside the union the UK will be in a far weaker position to stand up for its citizens.
If I were a young Tory looking forward to a long career, I’d be worried.