Rod Liddle says that the ban exemplifies all that is wrong with Labour: nannying piety, control freakery and an endless capacity for lies. What’s more, it’s put him to considerable inconvenience
Rod Liddle says that the Home Secretary’s admission that she would not feel safe walking the streets after dark reflects not candour but arrogance and aloofness
Rod Liddle says that the notion of ‘compulsory donations’ is oxymoronic and the pinnacle of the medical profession’s zeal to get its hands on our corpses
How those in power take the Almighty's name in vain
The good news is that British Muslims took a stand
On the hysterical attempts to stop the free speech debate
Samina Malik may be cretinous, but shouldn’t be criminalised
Why the case of 'Foxy Knoxy has gripped the British psyche'
The politically correct have declared Powell an unperson
The gay sex and drugs allegations were met with a huge shrug
The ideological dimension to life expectancy
The reaction to the latest drinking survey is hysterical
An alarming increase in legislation that constrains free speech
Myxomatosis is back, with serious ecological implications
The EU has not helped Aung San Suu Kyi’s cause
It never grasped that ethnic disparities reflect cultural forces
Madeleine’s disappearance sparked a grotesque media circus
The morning after England’s Rugby World Cup triumph over Australia four years ago I walked down my local high street and saw two boys doing something which deeply disturbed me.
Channel Five is leading the way to greater transparency
No one gives straight answers about crime at Notting Hill
The new Tory proposals are bang on the money
The Corporation needs to reassess its priorities
The outbreak of foot-and-mouth is karmic justice
It takes all sorts to make a diversity team, but which is more important: equality or inclusion?
Rod Liddle is shocked by a recruitment ad for an Olympics quango -- and the evidence it offers that Britain is being bombarded by vaipid, deluded and meaningless pieties
England’s habitually well-mannered and inoffensive chalk streams have been uncharacteristically full of themselves this last week or so — as you may have gathered from your television evening news programmes or, if you’re unlucky, your kitchen.