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The Spectator 17h
We now know what life will be like under the Corbynistas, writes Brendan O'Neill. They try so hard to hide it, but this week it slipped out: their Stalinism, now on full display.
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Joanna Williams 18h
Brilliant response from No platform epidemic is not a right-wing fantasy via
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“Blaming school shootings on guns is like blaming Islamist terrorism on knives or trucks.” Brendan O’Neill on Sky
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Annie O'Fence Feb 23
"Preventing all discussion of colonialism erases, rather than confronts, the past.". Important piece by
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Frank Furedi 21h
Sad to see the destructive consequences of the industrialisation of higher education. Money wasted on disneyfying campuses- and on promoting pernicious outcome mentality. Everyone has an interest in supporting the lecturers' cause
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Lorraine Harmer 22h
English radicals fought and died for a press free from official regulation. But this is a radical tradition Corbynistas don’t give a stuff about and will happily overturn. The terror of Corbynism
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Anthony Roberts 🔱 22h
Absolutely right.
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spiked Feb 23
. on how the Tories are fudging on Brexit and boosting Brussels.
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“This week Corbynistas showed their true colours. From their manic-eyed threats against the press to their mob-like demand that an example be made of a Tory MP who criticised their Dear Leader, we’ve seen their Stalinism in full flow.” By Brendan O’Neill
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Christine Louis Feb 23
Infantilising politics & forgeting that is a movie, a fantasy.
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Derek Sorensen Feb 23
Hear, hear. Brendan O'Neill, right on the money, again.
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The Spectator Feb 23
Until now, I’ve seen Corbynism as a tragic movement. But this week, for the first time, I started to fear what life would be like under Jeremy Corbyn, says Brendan O'Neill
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Tom Slater Feb 23
I’ll be on Sky at 4.30, talking Corbyn’s Brexit speech and the Tories’ Brexit away day. Tune in:
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The endless, bizarre think-piece war over Black Panther is killing all the fun. We need to separate pop culture from politics. No film can withstand this many hot takes, writes
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"I, Tonya: a complicated life": Craig Gillespie’s mockumentary about the disgraced figure skater dares to look at the human behind the villain.
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Christopher Snowdon Feb 22
20 months have passed and the side that won the referendum is still having to fight tooth and nail for the most basic elements of Brexit.
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's conflation of misconduct with sexual violence is undermining our ability to address real injustice. Those Oxfam workers who used their power to exploit poor women are not the same as portly charity bosses sending dirty texts, writes
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These ludicrous red scares help Corbyn. They flatter his followers' radical pretensions, their delusion that they are part of some radical, transformative project, when in fact their Dear Leader is a bog-standard social democrat, writes
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Spectator Events Feb 21
Delighted Brendan O'Neil, editor of is joining the event with on 22 March. Book your tickets now!
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Corbyn didn't spy for Stalinists, but he certainly thinks like them. His response to this daft story has exposed his authoritarian instincts, writes Mick Hume.
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