On this week’s spiked podcast: Brendan O’Neill on the problem with labelling women ‘terfs’, Rob Lyons on Hammond’s safety-first budget, and Nico Perrino on the problem of campus censorship in the US. spiked-online.com
On this week's spiked podcast: Julia Hartley-Brewer on the 'Pestminster' scandal, Jon Holbrook on the democratic potential of Brexit, and Claire Fox on the problem with sanctifying transgenderism. spiked-online.com
On this week’s spiked podcast, Tom Slater talks to Thomas Frank about Trump, Hillary and the moral disarray of the Democratic Party.
This week’s spiked podcast is a #MeToo special. To get to grips with this moral panic, Joanna Williams and Luke Gittos discuss the sex-pest scandal gripping Westminster, and Lionel Shriver talks flirting, sex and prudes. spiked-online.com
This week’s spiked podcast is a Battle of Ideas special. To give you a flavour of the discussions at this year’s festival, held this weekend at the Barbican in London and organised by the Institute of Ideas, Claire Fox discusses the age of echo chambers, Andrew Doyle talks satire and oversensitivity, and Nick Gillespie explains what’s really going on in the Rust Belt.
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On this week’s spiked podcast: Brendan O’Neill on the Harvey Weinstein hysteria, Luke Gittos on why ISIS’s White Widow deserved to die, and Ceri Dingle on WORLDwrite’s new documentary, 1917: Why the Russian Revolution Matters. spiked-online.com
On this week’s spiked podcast: Brendan O’Neill on the Europe-wide attack on democracy, Kevin Yuill on why banning guns wouldn’t have prevented the Las Vegas shooting, and Adrian Hart on the truth behind the hate-crime panic in schools. spiked-online.com
On this week’s spiked podcast: Brendan O’Neill on London’s Uber-haters, Sabine Beppler-Spahl on the unravelling of the German political class, and Jon O’Brien on why Catholics are standing up for abortion rights. spiked-online.com