Sitemap - 2022 - The Path Not Taken

Why Britain may never rejoin the EU

Why liberals cannot acknowledge Twitter discrimination against conservatives

How I teach Brexit (and other controversial topics)

Decolonization of the curriculum is the revenge of administrators

We need to talk about queer theory in schools

Why liberals cannot escape intolerance

Gove’s remarks about experts have aged well

Why has UK politics become so unstable?

The Truss debacle (or how party selectorates are holding Britain hostage)

Why political tribes are becoming more dangerous than ever

The bilingual backlash (or why unpopular hypotheses can be legitimate)

Bilingual road signs may kill

A podcast with Anand Menon - Why is so much political commentary misleading?

Why liberals should oppose Paypal’s assault on liberal democracy

Why Edmund Burke matters – a conversation with Jesse Norman

Why the masturbation paper indicts academia

How conservatism became more reasonable

Why is so much political commentary misleading?

Why I’m celebrating the Jubilee

Does immigration erode welfare states?

Does liberal bias affect academia? Advancing a deadlocked debate

Why the transgender issue matters

Why the crisis of academic credibility may not have a solution

The conservative case against Marine Le Pen

What happens when the public lose confidence in academic findings?

Why academia needs debate

How would Labour govern?

Are Covid deniers stupid?

Luxury beliefs with Rob Henderson

Why conservatives won’t save freedom of speech

Can riots be just?

The return and redistribution of political anxiety

The cross and the rainbow

From Coronavirus to the economy, almost everything you know about the performance of Boris Johnson’s government is wrong – commentators are using phantom metrics