Neither Thatcher nor neo-liberal theory transformed Britain from a flourishing society into a sweatshop of selfishness. To see the real perpetrators, look to the academic left.
The Handmaid's Tale imagines a dystopian future in which women are mistreated. How well would women be treated in the utopia imagined by contemporary feminism?
The Labour manifesto should be judged by its probable consequences, not on whether we would enjoy the freebies it promises.
Open borders do not make everyone better off - countries do not start on a level playing field, and pursuing growth can prevent us sharing it.
Alvin Barleycorn offers an explanation for public school dominance in the professions.
Intersectionality theory was supposed to help us understand each others' suffering and fight for a more inclusive world. In practice, it's become divisive and obstructive.
National communities are real, but the 'brotherhood of man' is a pipe-dream. Only nation-states are connected to real communities. Only nation-states have the right and the wherewithal to govern us.