On this week’s spiked podcast, Mick Hume discusses the battle over the Rock, Jacob Furedi looks at Erdogan’s clampdown on dissent and Andrew Doyle makes the left-wing case for free speech. www.spiked-online.com
On the latest episode of Last Orders, our podcast on public-health killjoyism, Chris Snowdon and Tom Slater are joined by Mark Littlewood, director general of the Institute of Economic Affairs, to discuss the health benefits of alcohol, the sorry state of health journalism and the real reason chocolate bars are shrinking. spiked-online.com
On this week's spiked podcast, Brendan O'Neill discusses the Westminster terror attack, Naomi Firsht looks at the ad boycott of Google and Luke Gittos explains why Liz Truss's proposed rape reforms would damage justice. spiked-online.com
On this week’s spiked podcast, Phil Mullan discusses the budget, Pauline Hadaway explains the crisis in Northern Ireland, and Tim Black debunks the myth that UKIP is the voice of Brexit. spiked-online.com
On this week's spiked podcast, Brendan O'Neill looks at the truth behind Trump's comments on Sweden, Sabine Beppler-Spahl says Martin Schulz isn't all he seems, and Josie Appleton discusses her piece on the Front National in this month's spiked review. spiked-online.com
On this week’s spiked podcast, to mark the publication of his new book, Revolting! How the Establishment are Undermining Democracy and What They’re Afraid Of, Mick Hume explains why we must fight for democracy all over again.
On this week's spiked podcast, Jeffrey Rosen looks at the legal challenges to Trump, Joanna Williams says it's time to drop sex education, and Ann Furedi discusses abortion clinic buffer zones. spiked-online.com
On this week’s spiked podcast, Tom Slater discusses spiked’s 2017 Free Speech University Rankings, James Heartfield looks at the housing white paper, and Tim Black discusses the MPs trying to stop Trump addressing parliament. www.spiked-online.com