Care about democracy? Then smash the EU, spiked, 16 January 2014
Which belief system will you follow/fight this year?, The Big Issue, 14 January 2014
Everybody’s Morrissey Nowadays, The American Conservative, January 2014
The Benefits Street uproar shows it’s now virtually a crime to criticise the welfare state, Telegraph, 10 January 2014
At last, we know the truth about the hysterical troll panic, spiked, 8 January 2014
Immigrant scare: it was Labour wot done it!, spiked, 2 January 2014
The dangers of demonising Russia, spiked, 30 December 2013
How to become a cause celebre: a guide for political prisoners, spiked, 24 December 2013
Don’t let the Christmas curmudgeons dampen your holiday hedonism, City AM, 20 December 2013
No, David Cameron is not responsible for the murder of Lee Rigby, spiked, 20 December 2013
Gender segregation: Islamist crusaders on campus?, spiked, 17 December 2013
How Mandela’s worshippers are rewriting history, spiked, 13 December 2013
Never mind the neurobollocks, The Big Issue, 9 December 2013
Why Britain’s elites prefer migrants to the masses, spiked, 5 December 2013
This is what a celebrity paedo really looks like, spiked, 3 December 2013
The half-truths and wild claims of the Brixton slave story, spiked, 27 November 2013
Not all political extremists are mad - I should know, Daily Telegraph, 27 November 2013
Privacy for me, but not for thee, spiked, 26 November 2013
The sky is the limit - even in India, The Big Issue, 25 November 2013
Britain’s idiotic “opt-in” porn ban, Daily Beast, 23 November 2013
Russia has a point about NGOs, spiked, 19 November 2013
Gay now means rubbish. Get over it, Telegraph, 19 November 2013
Nadine Strossen interview: ‘There should be no restrictions on dangerous ideas’, spiked, 15 November 2013
Listening to Lou Reed in New York: just a perfect day, Big Issue, 10 November 2013
The fight for freedom of speech starts here, spiked, 6 November 2013
The shipyard son who changed Europe forever, The Big Issue, 30 October 2013
Russell Brand and the death of the left, spiked, 5 November 2013
Privatsphäre: Erst denken, dann twittern!, Novo, 28 October 2013
Welcome to the ‘trust no-one’ society, spiked, 21 October 2013
The latest anti-Semitic cry: ban circumcision, The Spectator, 19 October 2013
Whistleblowers: white saviours of the ignorant mob?, spiked, 16 October 2013
For generations, radical Leftists fought for press freedom. Why have they abandoned it now?, Telegraph, 9 October 2013
What the Mail and its maulers have in common, spiked, 8 October 2013
'Earn or learn' for under-25s is blue-sky thinking, The Big Issue, 7 October 2013
The war on Golden Dawn: a dark day for democracy?, spiked, 2 October 2013
British students ban Blurred Lines from their own universities, Reason, 29 September 2013
I’m sorry, but we have to talk about the barbarism of modern Islamist terrorism, Telegraph, 28 September 2013
I refuse to participate in this sneerocracy, The Big Issue, 29 September 2013
Trans activists really need to lighten up, spiked, 27 September 2013
There’s nothing enlightened about burka-bashing, spiked, 19 September 2013
Le bombardement de la Syrie: la guerre comme thérapie, L’Info Alternative, 12 September 2013
Macklemore - the white missionary come to clean up black music, spiked, 11 September 2013
The trial of Michael Le Vell: Salem comes to Britain, spiked, 11 September 2013
Believe me, baby, you’ve never had it so good, The Big Issue, 9 September 2013
Stop gloating, Britain – you helped to destroy Syria, spiked, 2 September 2013
Syrien-Krise: Krieg als Therapie, Novo, 30 August 2013
Bombing Syria: war as therapy, spiked, 28 August 2013
Martin Luther King: Der Traum ist noch nicht ausgeträumt, Novo, 26 August 2013
No, Bradley Manning, you are not a woman, spiked, 22 August 2013
The amazing double standards of the Miranda affair, spiked, 20 August 2013
Why interns don’t deserve pay, The Spectator, 18 August 2013
Massaker in Ägypten: Die Armee drückt ab, aber die Munition kam aus dem Westen, Novo, 16 August 2013
The army pulled the trigger, but the West loaded the gun, spiked, 15 August 2013
Verbotskultur: Die Freiheit in der Wüste, Novo, 14 August 2013
Why I’m not on Twitter, The Big Issue, 14 August 2013
Shame on the hearse-chasers exploiting Hannah Smith’s suicide for political gain, Huffington Post, 13 August 2013
Thoughts on feminism, Introduction to spiked editorial meeting, 7 August 2013
The hysteria over trolls is a classic moral panic, spiked, 6 August 2013
A henpecked BBC is a sorry sight indeed, The Big Issue, 5 August 2013
You know what other countries cover up lads’ mags? Misogynistic Islamist ones, Huffington Post, 3 August 2013
Don’t blame the web for our urge to blab, Daily Telegraph, 31 July 2013
Egypt and the hypocrisy of the human-rights industry, spiked, 30 July 2013
I’m sorry to have to say this, but it should not be a crime to fantasise about raping a woman, Huffington Post, 23 July 2013
Kate’s baby and the myth of the monarchist masses, spiked, 23 July 2013
In defence of the herd, spiked, 18 July 2013
The left-wing hates Israel because it despises the Western way of life, Anorak, 18 July 2013
There is nothing remotely progressive about today’s left-wing loathing of Israel, Speech, 17 July 2013
I’d rather have a Tiger Mum like Judy Murray than a pussycat, The Big Issue, 15 July 2013
Egypt: the end of the Arab Spring, spiked, 11 July 2013
The writing’s on the wall for free speech, The Big Issue, 8 July 2013
Standing up to the white-coated gods of fortune, spiked, 8 July 2013
Why we should feel heartened by human ingenuity, spiked, 1 July 2013
Dan Brown: scriptwriter of the Julian Assange set, spiked, 28 June 2013
In defence of individualism, The Spectator, 25 June 2013
What is it about the Stone Roses that makes grown men weep?, The Big Issue, 25 June 2013
Roll up, roll up - watch Nigella being strangled!, spiked, 18 June 2013
Snowden is no saviour or saint, The Australian, 14 June 2013
Let’s call a halt to the worship of whistleblowers, spiked, 11 June 2013
Occupy: Die Verstarbuckisierung des Protests, Novo, 10 June 2013
Social mobility Caan’t be created by a tsar, The Big Issue, 10 June 2013
Govor koji je odjeknuo Engleskom: Bračna jednakost uništit će i brak i homoseksualce, Bitno, 8 June 2013
Should we ban lads’ mags?, Lincolnshire Echo, 6 June 2013
Occupy: the marauding Starbucks of radical protest, spiked, 6 June 2013
It’s liberal racism to argue that Muslims are ‘driven’ to commit murder by Britain’s foreign policy, Huffington Post, 30 May 2013
Çfarë çmimi ka shtypi i lirë?, Mapo (Albania), 30 May 2013
It is deeply offensive to women to suggest they can be ‘harassed’ by a magazine, Huffington Post, 28 May 2013
Woolwich: we have to talk about the bystanders, spiked, 28 May 2013
Shot down, The Spectator, 27 May 2013
Woolwich: a knife crime, not an act of war, spiked, 23 May 2013
Beware the calls to genderbend it like Beckham, The Big Issue, 20 May 2013
Gay marriage: a fight for equality or war on difference?, MercatorNet, 20 May 2013
Conformisme rond homohuwelijk verstikkend, Reformatorisch Dagblad, 20 May 2013
Gay marriage: a fight for equality or war on difference?, Speech at House of Lords, 15 May 2013
St Angelina, save us from ourselves!, spiked, 15 May 2013
Sceptics, have courage - it’s your Millian duty, The Big Issue, 13 May 2013
The phony border war over immigration, spiked, 9 May 2013
Iain Banks and the death of privacy, spiked, 30 April 2013
Ben Elton has always been a Middle Englander, The Daily Telegraph, 26 April 2013
Left and Right have both misunderstood terror tantrums, The Australian, 24 April 2013
Tesco has saved us from the drudgery of local shopping, The Big Issue, 22 April 2013
Five things liberals love that Thatcher invented, spiked, 17 April 2013
There’s nothing grown-up about the judgement of Paris, The Big Issue, 16 April 2013
Is science becoming a new religion?, Speech at QEDcon, 13 April 2013
Gay marriage:breathtaking conformity, Mercator.net, 12 April 2013
Gay marriage: a case study in conformism, spiked, 11 April 2013
Left infected by Maggie’s grab for the minds of the ‘moronic masses’, The Australian, 11 April 2013
The Great Welfare Myth, Daily Mail, 8 April 2013
Welfare reform: it’s class war, but not in the way you’d expect, Daily Telegraph, 3 April 2013
Saving footie fans from their inner fascist, spiked, 2 April 2013
Eco-obedience: a lifetime of Lent with no pay-off, spiked, 28 March 2013
Our #downgraded modern politics, The Big Issue, 26 March 2013
Politician-led attack on media freedom is a sentence on the public, The Australian, 21 March 2013
Don’t blame Hacked Off for this crisis of liberty, spiked, 19 March 2013
Bieber’s ‘breakdown’ is a figment of our fevered imagination, Big Issue, 18 March 2013
Cameron’s Royal Charter is no ally of press freedom, City AM, 18 March 2013
Can animals really be gay?, The Spectator, 16 March 2013
The SWP: slain by cynical scandal-milkers, spiked, 13 March 2013
Who Needs the State to Smash the Radical Left When Feminists Are Doing Such a Fine Job of It?, Huffington Post, 12 March 2013
Hugo Chavez: Profiteur des Niedergangs der USA, Novo, 11 March 2013
Chavez’s cheerleaders: parasites on US impotence, spiked, 7 March 2013
Give yourself a laugh today, pick holes in Ehrlich’s wild predictions, The Australian, 7 March 2013
Nahostkonflikt: Schlacht um Israel, Novo, 1 March 2013
The tragedy of the gay rights movement, Speech at King’s College London, 26 February 2013
Poodle Blair? He was Britain’s bulldog, The Big Issue, 25 February 2013
Catholic-bashers cavalier about facts, The Australian, 21 February 2013
Piggybacking the Pistorius tragedy, spiked, 20 February 2013
Pressefreiheit: Journalisten auf Abwegen, Novo, 20 February 2013
Anti-pensioner hostility exposes society’s fear of the future, The Big Issue, 18 February 2013
Press freedom has been relegated to history’s scrapheap, City AM, 13 February 2013
Is the pope Catholic?, spiked, 12 February 2013
Gay marriage a feelgood fight for issues-lite elite, The Australian, 11 February 2013
Saving Sun readers from themselves, spiked, 11 February 2013
Investigating the crisis of 21st-century journalism, Speech at University College Cork, 9 February 2013
Colonial rules, The Spectator (Australia), 8 February 2013
Gay radicals of the past didn’t want equality: they wanted liberation, Act Up!, 6 February 2013
Need to be rebranded? Support gay marriage!, spiked, 5 February 2013
Beyond Savita: Why Ireland must decriminalise abortion, Conscience, January/February 2013
Gleichheitsdebatte: Egalité ohne Liberté? Non, non, non!, Novo, 1 February 2013
Irritation över judar eller antisemitism, Diderot, 1 February 2013
Do we live in a ‘pornified’ world?, spiked, 31 January 2013
If you love Europe, say No to the EU, The Big Issue, 28 January 2013
Israeli settlers: the new ‘niggers’ of global affairs, spiked, 25 January 2013
How Cameron created the chaos in north Africa, spiked, 22 January 2013
Burchill-bashing is a victory for the censorious mob, The Big Issue, 21 January 2013
Ned Kelly: the making of a myth, The Spectator, 19 January 2013
Loyalists: the pariahs of the peace process, spiked, 16 January 2013
The cult of welfarism has become suffocating, spiked, 10 January 2013
Bullying in the eye of the beholder, The Australian, 4 January 2013
The joke is on us, The Big Issue, 31 December 2012
Don’t be a misery - festive decadence has a fine heritage, City AM, 21 December 2012
In 2013, can we call off the Culture Wars?, spiked, 21 December 2012
Blame narcissistic culture for the rise of mass shootings, Business Insider, 17 December 2012
Tierschutz: Trost der Kreatur, Novo, 17 December 2012
After Connecticut: the myth of America’s ‘gun culture’, spiked, 17 December 2012
A propos de la collusion et de sa dénonciation officielle aujourd’hui, Liberation Irlande, 16 December 2012
So-called experts spewing non-stop nonsense is the real disorder, The Australian, 15 December 2012
Pat Finucane wasn’t the only victim of state terror, spiked, 13 December 2012
The iron fist in the velvet glove of gay marriage, spiked, 12 December 2012
Vegas Notebook, The Spectator, 7 December 2012
Strip away the obfuscating lingo, and it’s clear Leveson is proposing a new licensing of the press, The Australian, 1 December 2012
spiked: proud to be unlicensed, spiked, 30 November 2012
Why feminists really hate Chris Brown: he’s big, bad and black, Huffington Post, 30 November 2012
Who is treating Palestinians like animals?, spiked, 28 November 2012
It’s not just UKIP parents who are under suspicion, spiked, 27 November 2012
There must be no compromise on press freedom, City AM, 26 November 2012
Stop this secular Inquisition in reverse, The Spectator, 24 November 2012
The burdens that Israel should not have to bear, spiked, 21 November 2012
Football fans shouldn’t stand for this, The Big Issue, 20 November 2012
Why should we take part in these political charades?, spiked, 20 November 2012
Journalism as judge and jury, The Australian, 19 November 2012
The pro-choice lobby’s exploitation of the Savita tragedy could backfire badly, Slugger O’Toole, 15 November 2012
'Serious journalists' are the most tabloidesque of all, spiked, 12 November 2012
The Savile scandal has unleashed Paedogeddon, and this climate of fear is what’s really harmful to our children, The Big Issue, 12 November 2012
The election is over and the elitists won, Telegraph, 7 November 2012
Don’t be fooled by the manly moustaches – Movember is all about turning blokes into sad, sober, simpering wrecks, Telegraph, 2 November 2012
We need a Full Stop to this scaremongering, spiked, 1 November 2012
Hurricane Sandy and medieval blame games, Global Warming Policy Foundation, 30 October 2012
Egalité without liberté? Non, non, non!, spiked, 30 October 2012
The Bambification of politics, The Spectator, 27 October 2012
If you were abused by Jimmy Savile, would it better to keep it to yourself?, Huffington Post, 27 October 2012
A disaster that science brought upon itself, spiked, 25 October 2012
An educated, erudite lynch mob, spiked, 24 October 2012
Oh Dappy, what have you said…, The Big Issue, 23 October 2012
Don’t let your liberty go up in smoke, The Big Issue, 23 October 2012
Israel vs Iran: clash of the pariah states, spiked, 18 October 2012
Britain’s hi-tech thought police, Reason, 17 October 2012
Savile: the mad hunt for a conspiracy of witches, spiked, 15 October 2012
Savile-savaging reveals Britain’s medieval mindset, ABC News, 12 October 2012
Venezuela: the left’s heart in a heartless world, spiked, 11 October 2012
It shouldn’t be a crime to hate the Old Bill, spiked, 9 October 2012
There is Something Horribly Medieval About This Posthumous Pummelling of Jimmy Savile, Huffington Post, 6 October 2012
Plebs versus poshos? Pull the other one, spiked, 4 October 2012
'Darkies' is a disgusting word - but people shouldn't be given suspended jail sentences for saying it, Telegraph, 28 September 2012
Troll-hunters are the real menace to the internet, spiked, 27 September 2012
There is nothing left-wing about environmentalism, ABC News, 26 September 2012
'Shut down The Sun'? This is just censorship by the chattering class, The Big Issue, 24 September 2012
De epidemie van de Kankercolumn, Vice (Netherlands), 18 September 2012
What’s motoring this ‘Muslim rage’?, spiked, 18 September 2012
One year after the start of Occupy Wall Street, has the movement had any positive impact?, City AM, 18 September 2012
The Circumcision Wars, ABC News, 17 September 2012
Don’t fall for the crocodile tears of the Hillsborough hypocrites, Huffington Post, 14 September 2012
Cancer memoirs are growing like, well, tumours, VICE, 13 September 2012
New Olympic sport: sneering at squaddies, spiked, 12 September 2012
What do we want? Peer review! When do we want it? Never!, The Australian, 8 September 2012
"The Queen has got a huge big pair of balls on her", spiked, 4 September 2012
Turning the Paralympics into a political tool, spiked, 4 September 2012
It is wrong to say “sex without consent is rape”, The Huffington Post, 29 August 2012
Egalité without liberté? Non!, The Big Issue, 28 August 2012
The prince and the paper: Britain’s press freedom feud, ABC News, 27 August 2012
Assange is not a rebel, The Australian, 26 August 2012
Malthus’s children, Spectator, 25 August 2012
How about a riot against class determinism?, spiked plus, 22 August 2012
Hey, interns, stop whining! You aren’t slaves, VICE, 21 August 2012
Massacre of the miners: the ANC’s Sharpeville, spiked, 21 August 2012
Plain cigarette packaging: the nanny state meets Naomi Klein, ABC News, 17 August 2012
Turning the Games into a political podium, spiked, 14 August 2012
And the winner is… Boris, The Big Issue, 13 August 2012
Syria: how the West is sanctioning sectarianism, spiked, 13 August 2012
为何英国人视中国运动员为骗子、怪物甚至机器人, Forbes China, 12 August 2012
英记者为中国运动员辩护:不要再称他们为骗子, Sina.com, 11 August 2012
The left must champion freedom of speech for those whose views it hates, The Australian, 11 August 2012
Olympic misgivings, China-US Focus, 9 August 2012
Interview: ‘I’ve been compared to the KKK for criticising gay marriage’, College Tribune, 8 August 2012
Why do we Brits look upon Chinese athletes as cheats, freaks and robots?, Ching.org.cn, 7 August 2012
Louise Mensch’s resignation - good or bad?, City AM, 7 August 2012
Britain abolishes itself, The American Conservative, August 2012
The meaning of ‘Gotham’s reckoning’, spiked, 1 August 2012
Fortschrittsdebatte: Der Sozialismus ist tot. Weiter geht’s!, Novo Argumente, 1 August 2012
Romneyshambles and the wrath of the sneerocracy, ABC News, 31 July 2012
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s the taxman!, The Big Issue, 30 July 2012
Celebrate or be forever cast out!, spiked, 30 July 2012
From yellow peril to toxic shock, The Australian, 28 July 2012
Why only some hackers get thrown to the wolves, spiked, 25 July 2012
Gun control is an obsession with left-wingers… but it wasn’t always like that, Irish Independent, 24 July 2012
Caitlin Moran knows how to be a woman and you don’t, Reason, 19 July 2012
And the gold medal for miserabilism goes to…, The Big Issue, 16 July 2012
The ‘weather of mass destruction’ crowd leaves thought back in the Dark Ages, The Australian, 14 July 2012
The real Balls-up in the British economy, spiked, 10 July 2012
Why the Barclays scandal is better than any soap opera, The Big Issue, 10 July 2012
The Guardian calls for the licensing of the press, spiked, 9 July 2012
The rise and rise of the ‘magical homo’, The Australian, 9 July 2012
Censorship by focus group, The Spectator, 7 July 2012
They’re all Barclays bankers now…, spiked, 4 July 2012
Chavs and toffs, unite!, The Spectator, 30 June 2012
Socialism is dead. Let’s move on, Speech in London, 27 June 2012
'Margaret Thatcher and the counterculture have so much in common', The Brute, 2012
Non, l’Ukraine n’est pas un pays raciste et arriéré, Courrier International, 23 June 2012
Elitists take the cake, The Spectator (Australia), 23 June 2012
Leveson is a titillating tabloid for posh people, ABC News, 21 June 2012
How both right and left have infantilised Greece, spiked, 21 June 2012
Is Angela Merkel a voodoo doll or EU saviour?, The Australian, 16 June 2012
Plan B versus the ‘chaotic’ poor, spiked plus, 13 June 2012
Europhiles et eurosceptiques, du pareil au même, Presseurop, 12 June 2012
Euro 2012: are Ukrainians still Untermenschen?, spiked, 11 June 2012
Britain needs more billygoats, not sheep, The Big Issue, 11 June 2012
In defence of the Arab Spring, City AM, 11 June 2012
Drugs are a demand issue, not supply, The Australian, 9 June 2012
The revolutionary potential of the Queen’s English, spiked, 7 June 2012
EU: neither the destroyer nor saviour of Europe, spiked, 6 June 2012
Abolish the monarchy, but enjoy the party!, spiked, 1 June 2012
The fashion for gay marriage has nothing in common with the civil-rights campaigns of the 1960s, Speech (London), 29 May 2012
The BBFC’s war against the ‘natural language’ of the Glaswegian working class, Telegraph, 25 May 2012
'Rupert Murdoch's shadow state' and other bullshit, spiked review of books, 25 May 2012
My submission to the British government’s consultation on equal civil marriage, 25 May 2012
It’s time to get serious about opposing the EU, spiked, 23 May 2012
Antisrbizam, B92, 20 May 2012
The risks of dumping nuclear are too great, The Australian, 19 May 2012
Sorry, but SYRIZA won’t save Europe, spiked, 16 May 2012
Commons people don’t speak for the common people, The Big Issue, 14 May 2012
The bile being spat at the people of North Carolina exposes the elitism of the gay-marriage lobby, Telegraph, 11 May 2012
Posturing against austerity: an infantile disorder, spiked, 9 May 2012
A Boris in every city? No thanks, spiked, 8 May 2012
Democracy loses in the new PC Vichy, The Australian, 5 May 2012
A battle to save France from her non-existent foes, spiked, 2 May 2012
Why we should dismantle the aid industry, NCVO, London (speech), 28 April 2012
The Breivik blame game, ABC News, 27 April 2012
Is Murdoch really a lizard in a suit?, spiked, 26 April 2012
Why society should never institutionalise a right to die, St Michael’s Hospice (Speech), 24 April 2012
British luvvies’ anti-Israel stance achieves nothing, The Australian, 21 April 2012
Breivik: Die monströse Fratze des Multikulturalismus, Novo, 20 April 2012
When Mondays were happy days, The Big Issue, 16 April 2012
Let’s liberate youth from the grip of welfare, spiked, 12 April 2012
Alan Davies has committed a thought crime against the post-Hillsborough cult of emotional correctness, Telegraph, 11 April 2012
Pathologising dissent? Now that’s Orwellian, Global Warming Policy Foundation, 10 April 2012
Why liberals and progressives should refuse to get on the gay-marriage bandwagon, The Australian, 7 April 2012
The Passion of the New Atheists?, spiked, 5 April 2012
Daniel Bartlam isn’t demonic or evil; he is a disturbed child who needs help, Irish Independent, 4 April 2012
Joseph Kony 2: more mass entertainment disguised as humanitarian activism, Irish Independent, 3 April 2012
The 100-year war against football fans’ freedom of speech, Telegraph, 2 April 2012
Britain’s Orwellian war against “tweetcrime”, ABC News, 30 March 2012
These granny-bashers really need to grow up, spiked, 28 March 2012
Muamba and the humanity of fans, The Big Issue, 27 March 2012
Hysterical hunt for evil masterminds stifles sober debate, The Australian, 24 March 2012
Time to restore our freedom by stuffing human rights into dustbin of history, The Australian, 23 March 2012
Why gay marriage is a very bad idea, spiked, 22 March 2012
Plan B’s prole porn for the music press, spiked, 20 March 2012
Kony 2012 is the bastard offspring of the liberal elite, ABC News, 13 March 2012
Bomb Syria so that I can sleep at night, spiked, 12 March 2012
This is more than an anti-tabloid witch-hunt - it’s the unravelling of Enlightenment values, The Australian, 10 March 2012
Why the EU is treating Greece as a moral punchbag, spiked, 5 March 2012
The radical left-wing argument for ripping up the European Convention on Human Rights, Telegraph, 1 March 2012
Hoe betrokken mag een reporter zijn?, NRC Handelsblad, 29 February 2012
Leveson Inquiry: the anti-tabloid campaign, ABC News, 29 February 2012
Secularism vs religion: should we give a fig?, The Big Issue, 28 February 2012
The war on workfare is worse than workfare itself, spiked, 28 February 2012
Buying into myth of cultural insensitivity as a sin gives licence for offence, The Australian, 25 February 2012
Marie Colvin and the dangers of the journalism of attachment, ABC News, 24 February 2012
Why world leaders call on celebrities to do their dirty work, Reason, 23 February 2012
The Penn is mightier than the sword, spiked, 21 February 2012
The real reason we should cut aid to India, spiked, 14 February 2012
Left’s moral superiority fails intelligence test, The Australian, 12 February 2012
In blaming mankind for causing snow across Europe, Greens sound eerily like 16th-century witch-hunters, Global Warming Policy Foundation, 7 February 2012
Let’s veto the West’s moral posturing on Syria, spiked, 7 February 2012
Comment le Bloody Sunday a-t-il été moralement pris en otage?, Liberation Irlande, 6 February 2012
An acceptable hatred, The Spectator, 4 February 2012
Banker-bashers: a lynch mob with PhDs, spiked, 2 February 2012
Making a meal of democracy, The Big Issue, 1 February 2012
The moral hijacking of Bloody Sunday, spiked, 30 January 2012
Curbing free speech works against truth, The Australian, 28 January 2012
A Marxist defence of Page 3 girls, Left Central, 26 January 2012
The Twitter tantrum over the rumoured Princess Bride remake exposes the immaturity of my generation, Irish Independent, 24 January 2012
Concordia offers no morality tale, The Australian, 21 January 2012
Let’s have a proper debate about the welfare state, spiked, 18 January 2012
Shades of open prejudice in war on whalers, The Australian, 14 January 2012
Sex addiction? Gross self-indulgence more like, Irish Independent, 13 January 2012
This isn’t anti-racism - it’s the policing of passion, spiked, 10 January 2012
Lawrence case: the elephant in the room, spiked, 5 January 2012
Lawrence verdict: this isn’t justice - it’s politics, spiked, 4 January 2012
Using tabloid tactics to slay the tabloids, spiked, 3 January 2012
How protest became a prisoner of the media, spiked, 29 December 2011
Moral relativism on display in this year’s obituaries, The Australian, 27 December 2011
Modern-day witch hunt, Global Warming Policy Foundation, 26 December 2011
Modern-day climate change witch hunt, ABC News, 26 December 2011
The most important history lesson of 2011, spiked, 22 December 2011
Cultural elites who sneer at pokies ‘zombies’, The Australian, 17 December 2011
Nick Davies is looking for paedos in Murdoch’s Wapping, Anorak, 16 December 2011
March of the gay penguins, ABC News, 16 December 2011
Hitchens vs Hitchens: a clash of civilisations, spiked, 16 December 2011
Broadsheet rushes in to burn the witches of Wapping, The Australian, 15 December 2011
The truth about anti-tabloid hysteria, spiked, 13 December 2011
Getting the rioters to do their dirty work, spiked, 6 December 2011
Showtrial of tabloids a threat to press freedom, The Australian, 3 December 2011
"Privacy is for paedos": that’s rallying cry of radical feminists, too, ABC News, 2 December 2011
Shock! Horror! Tabloid hacks are the new paedophiles, The Week, 1 December 2011
Plain packaging is an infringement of free speech, The Australian, 26 November 2011
Three cheers for the second Egyptian uprising, spiked, 24 November 2011
New spectre of technocracy is haunting Europe, The Australian, 19 November 2011
Athens Diary, The Spectator, 19 November 2011
How did Keith Vaz become our top moral crusader?, The Big Issue, 17 November 2011
Ricky Gervais controversy: who are the real mongs?, The Leopard, 15 November 2011
Occupy London in cahoots with coppers, spiked, 15 November 2011
The new co-dependence, the kindness of strangers, The Australian, 12 November 2011
Greece’s austerity junta: Regime of the Technocrats, spiked, 10 November 2011
Welcome to the era of the post-moral panic, spiked, 7 November 2011
Peace Prize winner more of a patrician than people’s champion, The Australian, 5 November 2011
Welcome, baby 7,000,000,000, The Big Issue, 1 November 2011
Call off this culture war against ‘the poor’, spiked, 31 October 2011
Republicans have turned into right royal snobs, The Australian, 28 October 2011
The leeches and legalists squabbling over Gaddafi, spiked, 24 October 2011
Kleinburgerlijk gedrag in de schaduw van Wall Street, De Standaard, 21 October 2011
God save the republicans, ABC News, 19 October 2011
Tragedy! Has it really come to this?, The Big Issue, 19 October 2011
Till Steve Jobs forsvar, Voltaire, 18 October 2011
These Fox-hunters can’t see the wood for the trees, spiked, 17 October 2011
Wall Street occupiers are an insult to the workers, The Australian, 17 October 2011
Beware Malthusians posing as progressives, spiked, 12 October 2011
They burnt up red tape, they refused to give in…, The Big Issue, 10 October 2011
Are climate sceptics the new rebels?, The Australian, 8 October 2011
Is the NHS really worth saving?, Varisty, 7 October 2011
Bevölkerungswachstum: Malthus ist tot, es lebe der Malthusianismus!, Novo Argumente, 7 October 2011
In defence of Steve Jobs, spiked, 7 October 2011
Meet the PC oligarchy that now rules Britain, spiked, 6 October 2011
The silence of the illiberal lambs, The Australian, 5 October 2011
The cause of Jacko’s death is neither black nor white, The Big Issue, 4 October 2011
The Melancholia of the middle classes, spiked, 3 October 2011
How can there be a war for Labour’s soul when Labour has no soul?, spiked, 28 September 2011
Is the ‘Palestine question’ still Palestinian?, ABC News, 26 September 2011
Post Hackgate, moral crusaders launched a frenzied free-for-all on freedom of the press, The Australian, 24 September 2011
Heavy metal rules, The Spectator, 24 September 2011
'It is time that we reclaimed liberalism', spiked, 23 September 2011
Message to protesters: Basildon is not Bosnia, spiked, 21 September 2011
Bevölkerungswachstum: Ein-Kind-Politik weltweit?, NovoArgumente, 19 September 2011
Ignore the lefty lemon-suckers: buy, buy, buy, The Australian, 17 September 2011
Public interest? Let the people decide, ABC News, 15 September 2011
How a few burqa-clad militants terrified the West, spiked, 15 September 2011
The bizarre battle over fifty pence, spiked, 13 September 2011
History man: interview with Peter Ackroyd (for page 2, click here), The Big Issue, 12 September 2011
Amy was right to say no, no, no to rehab culture, Deccan Chronicle, 11 September 2011
Amy was right, Spectator, 10 September 2011
Climate sceptics called every name in the book, The Australian, 3 September 2011
Libya and the shameless rewriting of history, spiked, 31 August 2011
Maggie not to blame for riots, The Australian, 27 August 2011
Why the Third World poor must continue living in shit, spiked, 26 August 2011
It’s a civil war, Jim, but not as we know it, spiked, 25 August 2011
Society falling apart? Blame The Gang!, spiked, 23 August 2011
Burnt Oak: it ain’t all doom and gloom, spiked, 22 August 2011
If only phone-hacking were the real scandal, The Spectator, 20 August 2011
Stop the puffaganda, smoking bans are illiberal, The Australian, 20 August 2011
Facebook and free will: an invitation to riot, ABC News, 18 August 2011
Riotous youth: hang ’em high or hug ’em hard?, spiked, 18 August 2011
London brinner: en mobb skapad av valfardsstaten, Voltaire, 18 August 2011
These rioters are not ‘Thatcher’s offspring’, spiked, 15 August 2011
New technologies don’t encourage us to ‘go forth and multiply’ - they encourage us to stay home and navel-gaze, spiked, 13 August 2011
Never mind the looters, what about the ‘fascists’?, spiked, 12 August 2011
This is not poverty - this is the cult of victimhood, ABC News, 11 August 2011
Entfremdung und Nihilismus, Schweizer Monat, 11 August 2011
Less political rebellion, more mollycoddled mob, The Australian, 10 August 2011
This spinelessness is an invitation to riot, spiked, 10 August 2011
London’s burning: a mob made by the welfare state, spiked, 9 August 2011
Syria and the hole at the heart of the Arab revolts, spiked, 8 August 2011
My Australian diary, The Spectator, 6 August 2011
Addicted to the rehab cure-all, The Australian, 6 August 2011
No job is lonelier than defending free speech in Q&A land, The Australian, 4 August 2011
The myth of a crazy, all-powerful PC army, spiked, 4 August 2011
Well done, pageant-haters, ABC News, 4 August 2011
'Did I cause the Norway massacre? That's just silly', spiked, 1 August 2011
What is the point of Ed Miliband?, spiked, 29 July 2011
A confident secularist society would tolerate school religion, Sydney Morning Herald, 28 July 2011
Bush-bashers manufacture Norway’s 9/11 and play the politics of fear, The Australian, 28 July 2011
Truth is the first casualty of war movies, spiked, 27 July 2011
Breivik and the right’s right to write, Crikey, 27 July 2011
Don’t turn Norway into Europe’s 9/11, spiked, 25 July 2011
Miliband, Gillard and the moral posturing ties that bind, Crikey, 25 July 2011
Eco-enslavement for middle-class comforts, ABC News, 22 July 2011
House of Commons? House of Hypocrites, more like…, Crikey, 21 July 2011
Why bless burqas and ban bogans?, The Australian, 21 July 2011
What price a free press?, Prospect, August 2011
Press freedom: the other victim in the phone-hacking scandal, ABC News, 19 July 2011
Is the public hacked off?, The Big Issue, 18 July 2011
Elite few spearheaded the anti-Murdoch campaign over phone-hacking, The Australian, 16 July 2011
News of the World: the toffs hit back, The Pioneer (India), 11 July 2011
Whatever became of our super-injunction fury?, The First Post, 11 July 2011
Right rolls over and lets political correctness rule the world, The Australian, 11 July 2011
After the News of the World, who’s safe?, spiked, 8 July 2011
What’s really motoring this anti-Murdoch crusade?, spiked, 7 July 2011
Thick Lit: the most annoying publishing phenomenon, The Big Issue, 5 July 2011
Confessional culture, The Spectator, 4 July 2011
Chavs and bogans: damned either way, The Spectator, 4 July 2011
Johann Hari and the tyranny of the ‘good lie’, Telegraph, 29 June 2011
The Dowlers were treated horribly - but not unfairly, The First Post, 27 June 2011
Strategic hole at the heart of Greek protests, The Australian, 25 June 2011
A disgusting act of censorship, Reason, 24 June 2011
Vajazzling: feminists can’t abide working-class taste, The First Post, 23 June 2011
Protests in Greece: the politics of ‘waaah!’, spiked, 21 June 2011
What a load of rubbish, The Big Issue, 20 June 2011
Why so many hacks fell for the ‘gay girl in Syria’, spiked, 15 June 2011
Human Centipede II director angered by BBFC’s ‘stiff upper lip’, The Guardian, 14 June 2011
Welcome to New York, where nanny never sleeps, The Australian, 14 June 2011
Who’s really afraid of the working classes?, spiked, 10 June 2011
How dare you set up a new university?!, spiked, 7 June 2011
Man vs whale, The Spectator, 4 June 2011
The men who killed New York, The Spectator, 4 June 2011
Osama bin Ladens död: terapi för västvärlden, Voltaire, 2 June 2011
The culture war on toffs and chavs, spiked, 2 June 2011
Dave, Maddie and the politics of grief, spiked, 17 May 2011
Close encounters of the chav kind, spiked, 16 May 2011
Cleggphobia is not as stupid as Cleggmania, spiked, 9 May 2011
How the West was won over by a hit for a falling star, The Australian, 8 May 2011
The rise and rise of a pity-for-Osama lobby, spiked, 6 May 2011
The killing of OBL: therapy for the West, spiked, 4 May 2011
Royal wedding: why hate Will’n’Kate?, spiked, 3 May 2011
The snobbery of Will’n’Kate haters, Christian Science Monitor, 28 April 2011
Tescophobia: a new middle-class malady, spiked, 27 April 2011
This Easter, try to avoid the Gospel According to Grayling, spiked, 21 April 2011
Poor Charles Manson, Global Warming Policy Foundation, 19 April 2011
Revenge of the nanny state, The Spectator, 18 April 2011
Censorship in Chicago: it’s a mad, mad world, Reason, 16 April 2011
Only tyrants will force you to be happy, The Australian, 16 April 2011
I am standing up for ‘the right to be unhappy’, Vancouver Sun, 15 April 2011
Libyen: Ja, dies ist ein humanitärer Krieg und das macht ihn so gefährlich, Novo Argumente, 15 April 2011
Attack on Libya: a war led by no one, spiked, 14 April 2011
Måttfullhet - den främsta av dygder?, Voltaire, April 2011
The green extreme offers a choice of two catastrophes, The Australian, 9 April 2011
A Reason roundtable on the Arab uprisings, Reason, 7 April 2011
Northern Ireland: a zombie IRA and zombie government, spiked, 6 April 2011
Killing Bono: on the wrong side of history, spiked, 4 April 2011
Nudgers vs nannies: the civil war British busybodies, Reason, April 2011
Yes, this is a humanitarian war - that is what makes it so deadly, spiked, 31 March 2011
Beware the apocalypse-mongers, The Big Issue, 28 March 2011
The West’s vain Libya venture must end, The Australian, 24 March 2011
The most short-lived alliance in human history, spiked, 22 March 2011
Attack on Libya: the barbarism of buffoons, spiked, 21 March 2011
I’m sick of these FIBs over intervention in Libya, The Big Issue, 16 March 2011
Fearmongers go into their own meltdown, The Australian, 15 March 2011
spiked: still pointed after all these years, spiked, 8 March 2011
The real reason you should say no to AV, spiked, 2 March 2011
The horrors of an ethical foreign policy, spiked, 1 March 2011
Wikileaks vs the world: you couldn’t make it up, spiked, 25 February 2011
Five reasons why the Libya revolt will shake the world, spiked, 22 February 2011
How gross intolerance is crushing free debate about climate change, Global Warming Policy Foundation, 19 February 2011
The twitch-hunting of Kenneth Tong, spiked, 18 February 2011
Palestine an obsession of radical West, not Arabs, The Australian, 16 February 2011
Egyptians don’t need yet more lectures…, spiked, 15 February 2011
Students, stop sucking your thumbs, The Cambridge Student, 11 February 2011
Aufstand in Ägypten: “Warum gerade jetzt?” und “Was passiert als nächstes?”, Novo, 11 February 2011
10 O’Clock Live: are you sitting comfortably?, The Big Issue, 9 February 2011
The Egypt uprising: why now and what next?, spiked, 8 February 2011
Die ägyptische Protestbewegung hat die Scheinheiligkeit westlicher Kommentatoren offengelegt, Antikrieg, 5 February 2011
Sieg für das ägyptische Volk!, Novo, 5 February 2011
The truth about the Muslim Brotherhood, spiked, 2 February 2011
Victory to the Egyptian people, spiked, 31 January 2011
America’s Islington, Spectator, 28 January 2011
Democracy is not something we can be given. It is something we must win, Speech at Cambridge University, 27 January 2011
The Palestine Papers: facts and fiction, spiked, 26 January 2011
The EU-surping of democracy in Ireland, spiked, 24 January 2011
Løgnen om «Wikileaks-revolusjonen» , Dagbladet (Norway), 24 January 2011
A crisis of capitalism - and anti-capitalism, speech at Trinity College Dublin, 20 January 2011
Modern-day Malthusianism: a conversation with the NYT, NYTimes.com, 19 January 2011
Tunisians don’t need advice from the Twittering classes, spiked, 18 January 2011
The definitive guide to modern-day Malthusians, spiked, 13 January 2011
Afrika’da çatışmaya ‘soykırım’ yaftası, Radikal (Istanbul), 10 January 2011
The Winter of Disorientation, The Big Issue, 7 January 2011
Nudgers vs nanniers, Reason, 4 January 2011
The icy grip of the politics of fear, spiked, 4 January 2011
Denis Dutton RIP, spiked, 29 December 2010
There is no ‘right to be a scholar’, spiked, 22 December 2010
Left bows down to false WikiLeaks prophet, The Australian, 21 December 2010
Justice, yes, but at what cost?, The First Post, 15 December 2010
Individual liberty is in serious jeopardy, spiked, 15 December 2010
Why Wikileaks is now splitting the liberal elite, spiked, 14 December 2010
Wikileaks: highbrow celebrity gossip, The Big Issue, 12 December 2010
Ungoverned by the left, unpoliced by the state, spiked, 10 December 2010
Fees debate: what next for the ‘Harry Potter radicals’?, spiked, 9 December 2010
Stop moaning, Morrissey: of course the PM is a fan, The First Post, 7 December 2010
Tax inspectors against capitalism? Now that is rich, spiked, 6 December 2010
The tyranny of ‘the public interest’, spiked, 2 December 2010
Happy Cameron is in perfect tune with Stalin, The First Post, 29 November 2010
The pushy parents of modern-day radicalism, spiked, 29 November 2010
Η Ιρλανδική Δημοκρατία αποικία των κομισσαρίων, H’ayth (Athens), 28 November 2010
Our brave new world of Malthusian madmen, spiked, 26 November 2010
What happens when you opt out of the scanner, spiked, 23 November 2010
Blaming the recession on the lazy masses, Have Your Say, 20 November 2010
The Republic of Ireland: colonised by commissioners, spiked, 19 November 2010
Students are supposed to read books, not burn them, spiked, 18 November 2010
The common sense of Thomas Paine, Guardian, 17 November 2010
A Paine in the ass for modern America, spiked, 17 November 2010
When smoking becomes freedom of expression, spiked, 16 November 2010
Turning New York into a nudgocracy, spiked, 15 November 2010
A pantomime battle for the soul of America, spiked, 11 November 2010
Think the Earth is finite? Think again, spiked, 8 November 2010
La igualdad impuesta contra la tolerancia, Aceprensa, 4 November 2010
The great population debate: too many carbon footprints?, Abortion Review, 2 November 2010
A message to the illiberal Nudge Industry: push off, spiked, 1 November 2010
Et burkaspøgelse går gennem Europa, Politiken, 28 October 2010 (English translation here).
This cult of cutting won’t fix the recession, The Big Issue, 25-31 October 2010
Don’t ban the burqa - but don’t celebrate it, either, spiked, 25 October 2010
Austerity hypocrites have no right to attack Osborne, The First Post, 21 October 2010
Five BS arguments that should be cut, spiked, 20 October 2010
Facebook: the heart in a heartless world, spiked, 18 October 2010
The welfare state is not our ‘guardian angel’, spiked, 14 October 2010
Chile: solidarity wins out over psychobabble, spiked, 13 October 2010
Et spøkelse i Europa, Dagbladet, 11 October 2010 (English translation here.)
Well, that proves Cameron is not the ‘new Thatcher’, spiked, 7 October 2010
There’s nothing Enlightened about the new equality law, spiked, 5 October 2010
Let’s make the ‘human footprint’ even bigger, spiked, 30 September 2010
Primark-hating snobs and a flood of liberal hypocrisy, The First Post, 28 September 2010
A make-believe leader for a make-believe party, spiked, 27 September 2010
The case against Geoffrey Robertson, spiked review of books, 24 September 2010
Hands off our testicles!, spiked, 22 September 2010
'Pope Benedict is an enemy of the state', spiked, 20 September 2010
Drunk and orderly: why we should let teenagers drink in pubs, Spectator, 18 September 2010
How has Subbuteo survived?, BBC News, 17 September 2010
Atheists bent on painting Pope as a rape-happy ogre, Sydney Morning Herald, 17 September 2010
The Culture War over the pope, The Big Issue, 16 September 2010
The White Atheists’ Burden: save the savages, spiked, 16 September 2010
Come out from under the comfort blanket of class politics, spiked, 15 September 2010
How the New Atheists are abusing the truth, spiked, 13 September 2010
Phone hacking: Better a ‘bad’ free press than one controlled by the Guardian, MSN News, 10 September 2010
Hacking scandal: Guardian threatens press freedom, The First Post, 10 September 2010
Meadows, please come back to the future, spiked, 9 September 2010
Turning the pope into an Antichrist for atheists, spiked, 7 September 2010
Never mind the leadership contest — look at me!, spiked, 2 September 2010
Ingen grunn til panikk, Dagbladet, 1 September 2010
David vs Ed? It’s the end of politics as we knew it, spiked, 31 August 2010
Après le deluge, the ghoulish opportunists, spiked, 26 August 2010
The politicisation of the floods is another disaster for Pakistanis, The Big Issue, 23-29 August 2010
The weird fashion for bashing faith schools, spiked, 23 August 2010
Review of Matt Ridley’s The Rational Optimist, The American Conservative, August 2010
The chattering classes’ favourite conspiracy theory, spiked, 19 August 2010
Orwell hatte Recht: Sex wird zum Verbrechen, Novo, 17 August 2010
Message to the antiwar movement: rethink your campaigning on Israel, Antiwar.com, 13 August 2010
Cloned cow milk and meat are good for us, The Big Issue, 9-15 August 2010
The milk of human kindness? Hardly, spiked, 10 August 2010
Lay off Naomi - Farrow’s the celebrity culprit here, The First Post, 6 August 2010
Hot goss: what Naomi said to the weird African prez!, spiked, 6 August 2010
Tibetophilia: West’s need for a prayer room, The Deccan Chronicle, 6 August 2010
We’ll only listen to you if you’ve been peer-reviewed, spiked, 4 August 2010
解放西藏,从中国,也从西方, China Digital Times, 3 August 2010
David Cameron and the death of diplomacy, spiked, 3 August 2010
Free Tibet from China - and the West, too, Yahoo! News, 29 July 2010
Free Tibet from Beijing’s authoritarianism - and from Western pity, too, Christian Science Monitor, 29 July 2010
Hans Blix’s Stalinist rewriting of history, spiked, 29 July 2010
The truth about Tibetan Buddhism, Reason, 28 July 2010
The Afghan War leaks don’t tell us The Truth, spiked, 27 July 2010
Tibet Notebook, The Spectator, 23 July 2010
A ‘cycling revolution’? On your bike, Boris, spiked, 22 July 2010
A prejudice in search of a scientific disguise, spiked, 19 July 2010
Tibet: stuck between a rock and a hard place, spiked, 16 July 2010
Investing the Dalai Lama with unearthly powers, spiked, 15 July 2010
Are Tibetans being ‘seduced’ by modernity?, spiked, 14 July 2010
Chinese officialdom embraces Shangri-La, spiked, 13 July 2010
Tibet: still a buffer state for posh Westerners?, spiked, 12 July 2010
Return to austerity?, The Big Issue, 6 July 2010
Putting St Jamie in the dock - at last, spiked, 1 July 2010
Dying for a PR win from the Afghan war, The Australian, 30 June 2010
Africans: such childlike, spirited footie fans!, spiked, 29 June 2010
Afghanistan: the politics of PR by other means, spiked, 28 June 2010
The rise and rise of the Champagne Malthusians, spiked, 14 June 2010
Glastonbury is for middle-aged masochists, Spectator, 12 June 2010
What the Israel-bashers learned from Bush, spiked, 7 June 2010
Buy an iPad, kill a Chinaman, spiked, 3 June 2010
Hypocrisy makes life worse in the Middle East, The Australian, 4 June 2010
Gaza flotilla: invasion of the moral armada, spiked, 2 June 2010
A right Carrie On in the Arabian desert, spiked, 1 June 2010
Why “BNP teachers” shouldn’t be banned, Index on Censorship, 28 May 2010
Mark Thomas’s radical snobbery, spiked, 28 May 2010
Don’t arrest Brian Haw, but don’t idolise him either, spiked, 26 May 2010
It isn’t heroic to assault a child, The First Post, 25 May 2010
China’s parents have begun to rebel, The Spectator, 21 May 2010
Making a virtue out of a vacuum, The Australian, 21 May 2010
Mocking Muhammad: a shallow Enlightenment, spiked, 19 May 2010
Their politics and ours, spiked, 18 May 2010
The humanist case against euthanasia, spiked, 17 May 2010
Falling for the myth of Cleggmania, Reason, 13 May 2010
If you really want ‘new politics’, step forward, spiked, 12 May 2010
Who’s afraid of teenage lads’ mags?, spiked, 11 May 2010
Can the Lada make a British comeback?, BBC News, 10 May 2010
The delusions of the electoral reform lobby, spiked, 10 May 2010
The message of the polls: ‘We don’t agree with Nick’, spiked, 7 May 2010
Why today’s election really is momentous, spiked, 6 May 2010
The terrible cult of personality, Big Issue, 4 May 2010
Tackling the ‘madness of the majority’, spiked, 4 May 2010
Unfettered freedom: the basis of the Good Society, spiked, 3 May 2010
Britain’s election: how professional politicians replaced ‘political animals’, Christian Science Monitor, 30 April 2010

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