Michael Hanlon

There’s a global morality gap — and it’s getting wider | 10 February 2016

Michael Hanlon, the science writer, has died at the age of 51. He was the science editor at the Daily Mail, and also wrote for the Independent, the Telegraph and The Spectator. A collection of his articles can be found here. In 2013, he wrote the following piece for this magazine, in which he asked why it was that some nations are moving forward on gay and women’s rights, while others are moving backwards.

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