Cynical Starmer sees votes for 16-year-olds as a reward for obedience
The NHS has forgotten its real purpose
The fall of Russell Brand is no victory for women
The Censorship Bureaucracy
How museums lost their way
Sunak needs to pick a side in the gender debate
The hypocrisy of Birmingham’s council
Why England’s schools are crumbling
What I read in August
We need to calm down about the World Cup kiss
The hollowing out of higher education
What I read in July...
Meghan, Harry and the truth about sexist adverts
Living in Financial Times
Nigel Farage has landed a blow against woke capitalism
Gender ideology has captured the state
Why was Carla Foster ever sent to prison?
UK universities are ditching freedoms for Chinese cash
The BBC presenter scandal reveals the narcissism of the media
Beware AI in the classroom
Cry Bullies and the Infantilization of Debate
Spare us from Keir Starmer’s vacuous education pledges
Congratulations to LGB Alliance!
Why are high street banks teaming up with Stonewall?
Freedom in an Age of Identity Politics
What I read in June
In memory of Ann Leslie
During the pandemic women leaders were feted but where are they now?
What happened to the kids told 'not to kill Granny'?
Sanity Across the Pond
Was the British empire evil?
How parents are kept in the dark about sex education
Taxpayers deserve more from councils than a four-day week
Carla Foster’s fate shows the need to reform Britain’s abortion laws
In defence of the sexual revolution
The return of the #MeToo showtrial
Who allowed Dale Vince’s climate curriculum to take over schools?
From Play-doh vulvas to polyamory, what your kid is learning at school might shock you – its time the Govt got a grip
What I read in May...
Gender Wars: why the trans lobby hates debate
This is not about Suella’s speeding ticket
The limits of free speech
Why Miriam Cates is wrong about free childcare
Lawyers are right to boycott Humza Yousaf’s juryless rape trials
The warping of sex education
Where was Stella Creasy when other mums were being harassed?
What I read in April
Britain has given up on education
The smearing of Kathleen Stock
Labour’s ‘lessons for boys’ plan is a sinister sideshow
Inflating the harms of gambling
Trapped in Pathfinder
Who runs Britain?
The truth about Britain’s entitled strikers
Eco-fanatics can no longer act with impunity
The British Library does not need trigger warnings
We need to kick wokeness off the therapist’s couch
What I read in March...
How trans ideology took over our schools
Is Keir Starmer finally seeing sense on the trans issue?
The real problem with the Met
The trouble with sex education
Addiction is not a disease
The sinister war on statues
What Biden gets wrong about women’s rights
A Covid Reckoning in the U.K.
Is it now ‘far right’ to be a feminist?
Europe After Ukraine
The most insulting International Women’s Day campaign
In defence of Isabel Oakeshott
Labour’s ‘menopause action plan’ is an insult to women
Matt Hancock failed our children
What I read in February
How our schools lost control
Raquel Evita Saraswati and the new ‘race fakers’
A snob’s charter
How can it be the same bloody broom then?
Two Woke Authoritarians Make Their Exit
Hunger for history trumps the cancel crowd
The British Empire is not a morality tale
Wales has learnt nothing from Sturgeon’s self-ID debacle
Positive discrimination is a menace to equality
Playgrounds are no place for Pride parades
What I read in January
The trans war on the family
The importance of bad theatre
'Woman' should not be a dirty word...
Why Sturgeon’s gender bill had to be stopped
A nation needs heroes
New Year, New Anxieties
Playing with independence
Prince Harry and the cult of ‘openness’
There's a better way than diversity training