08:00

Sahra Wagenknecht could reshape the European Left The German populist does not fit neatly into existing EU alliances

Peter Franklin

Friday
26.04

26.04

Russell Brand’s Christian rebrand

UnHerd Staff

26.04

Will Europe heed Macron’s ‘death’ warning? France's President painted a dark future for the continent in a speech yesterday

Francois Valentin

26.04

The Guardian publishes article defending Cass Report

UnHerd Staff

26.04

Joe Biden is bringing back #MeToo witch hunts Title IX amendments threaten due process in campus assault cases

Brad Polumbo

26.04

Vladimir Putin is preparing another Kremlin purge

Bethany Elliott

Thursday
25.04

25.04

UT Austin protests challenge governor’s free speech vow Greg Abbott has been criticised for cracking down on Palestine demonstrations

Laurel Duggan

25.04

Nancy Pelosi blames Russia for Palestine protests

UnHerd Staff

25.04

Humza Yousaf’s time is running out The collapse of the Bute House Agreement has revealed the SNP's hollow offering

Henry Hill

25.04

Will Labour follow Ryanair to Rwanda? CEO Michael O'Leary has volunteered for deportation flights

Mary Harrington

25.04

New York Times: ‘trans women are not biological men’

Joan Smith

25.04

Frank Field, Labour’s quiet radical It is rare for a politician to be so loved by his opponents

John McTernan

Wednesday
24.04

24.04

TikTok is causing a realignment in American politics Both Joe Biden and Donald Trump have revised their positions on the app

Laurel Duggan

24.04

Was the Jewish Yale student really stabbed?

UnHerd Staff

24.04

Russia’s biggest danger is China, not the West Their supposed alliance is built on mistrust

Ralph Schoellhammer

24.04

Empowerment mantras drive women to black-market Botox Female beauty standards are being dangerously skewed by the internet

Kristina Murkett

24.04

Candace Owens turns Catholic: another political Christian

Ralph Leonard

24.04

Don’t turn Britain’s countryside into a culture war We cannot afford to break the national consensus on nature conservation

Peter Franklin

Tuesday
23.04

23.04

Donald Trump’s popularity soars among Gen Z Young voters are turning away from the Democrats

Laurel Duggan

23.04

The SNP-Green Party union is close to breaking up Patrick Harvie faces a no-confidence vote over his rejection of the Cass Report

Andrew Liddle

23.04

Channel 4 presents: the Remainer-only election TV coverage is increasingly unmoored from the general population

Ella Whelan

23.04

Israel’s intelligence chief resigns, but Netanyahu won’t follow

David Patrikarakos

23.04

Is Reform UK a paper tiger? The party's strong polling numbers may not translate into votes

John Oxley

Monday
22.04

22.04

Inside the Columbia University protests A heavy police presence did little to dampen activists' enthusiasm

James Billot

22.04

Liz Truss plays up the Donald Trump parallels

UnHerd Staff

22.04

Xi Jinping is quietly sanction-proofing China The Chinese leader has learnt from Russia's example

Miquel Vila

22.04

Nvidia’s falling share price shows the AI reckoning has begun The tech company's golden moment is over

John Rapley

22.04

The Cornel West paradox: how woke is too woke?

Emily Jashinsky

22.04

Aid won’t fix Ukraine’s recruitment crisis American efforts aren't turning the tide in the war against Russia

Philip Pilkington

Sunday
21.04

21.04

Tony Blair: autocracies are fine with ‘smart’ leaders

Tom McTague

21.04

The House Ukraine package is a defeat for populists MAGA Republicans surrendered their legislative leverage for nothing

Fred Bauer

21.04

Conservatives will be punished on immigration record As the issue becomes more salient, expect Rishi Sunak to bleed votes

Yuan Yi Zhu

Saturday
20.04

20.04

Is Trump Media a meme stock?

David Auerbach

20.04

Democrats struggle to control progressives over Gaza The Left's disruptive tactics are causing problems for Joe Biden

Laurel Duggan

20.04

Rishi Sunak may have less than two weeks left The upcoming local elections could be the final nail in the coffin

Peter Franklin

Friday
19.04

19.04

AOC claims Trump will jail dissidents if elected

UnHerd Staff

19.04

NPR’s Katherine Maher saga is a lesson for conservatives Truth has become politicised, whether we like it or not

Mary Harrington

19.04

Elon Musk: Global Disinformation Index should be shut down The billionaire has accused the organisation of censorship

Archie Earle

19.04

Björn Höcke’s Nazi trial won’t damage the AfD Germany's growing Right-wing party has given up on appearing respectable

Katja Hoyer

19.04

Is Nicola Sturgeon the next domino to fall in SNP probe?

Henry Hill

19.04

Puberty blocker ruling won’t cure Scotland’s gender problem Children are still under threat from an ingrained ideology

Victoria Smith

Thursday
18.04

18.04

Labour MP: UK should have followed Sweden on Covid Graham Stringer argued that the Nordic country responded far better in 2020

Archie Earle

18.04

Joe Biden causes inter-Zoomer rift

UnHerd Staff

18.04

Europe’s Right-wing alliances won’t hold easily Political shifts on the continent may cause future divisions

William Nattrass

18.04

What if the Sydney killer had no motive? Commentators were quick to blame the attacks on misogyny and Islamism

Simon Cottee

18.04

David Lammy’s ‘progressive realism’ isn’t realistic

Ollie Ryan Tucker

18.04

David Nutt: MPs against smoking ban should legalise drugs The former Government adviser accused politicians of 'logical inconsistency'

Rob Lownie

Wednesday
17.04

17.04

‘Polycule’ relationships are a bureaucratic nightmare When 20 people are in the one relationship, someone's bound to be a loser

Eliza Mondegreen

17.04

French university cancels Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s Palestine event

UnHerd Staff

17.04

Is Joe Biden losing Pennsylvania? The President's visit to the state comes at a difficult moment for Democrats

Kyle Sammin

17.04

Mehdi Hasan’s new media channel: activism as journalism

Ashley Rindsberg

17.04

Humza Yousaf’s misogyny law is a threat to women The SNP is trying to impose gender ideology via the backdoor

Joan Smith

17.04

NatCon: are centrists the real threat to free speech? Purported moderates are turning out to be the most censorious

Alex Hochuli

Tuesday
16.04

16.04

Calls to defund NPR grow after CEO tweets resurface Katherine Maher has made a series of incendiary comments

Laurel Duggan

16.04

Is a Jordan Peterson-Richard Dawkins showdown coming?

UnHerd Staff

16.04

Yanis Varoufakis: I support Nigel Farage’s right to annoy me The politician called the attempted NatCon shutdown 'farcical authoritarianism'

James Billot

16.04

Could David Cameron work for Labour? The Foreign Secretary was asked by Ed Balls whether he'd serve under Keir Starmer

Aaron Bastani

16.04

A multipolar world might backfire for America’s enemies

Peter Franklin

16.04

The Sydney killer’s misogyny is being overlooked Hatred of women has become normalised in modern society

Josephine Bartosch

Monday
15.04

15.04

Gavin Newsom’s futile bid to ‘Trump-proof’ California The Governor is engaging in another pointless crusade

Joel Kotkin

15.04

Kemi Badenoch reclaims number one spot in Tory Cabinet poll

UnHerd Staff

15.04

MPs call for review of Government disinformation unit A Commons committee has questioned the group's pandemic-era censorship

Rob Lownie

15.04

The Ivy League donor revolt isn’t over Wealthy alumni are continuing to oppose campus protests over Gaza

Laurel Duggan

15.04

Salman Rushdie: now the censors are progressives The author has claimed that artistic freedom is under attack from all sides

Tomiwa Owolade

15.04

Middle East tensions will fuel energy price volatility Oil-driven inflation risks crippling the West

Philip Pilkington

Sunday
14.04

14.04

Will Netanyahu go rogue on Israel’s Iran response? This situation could be derailed by a disproportionate reaction

David Patrikarakos

14.04

German companies deserve blame for deindustrialisation Businesses have long engaged in self-destructive policies

Ralph Schoellhammer

14.04

Looming inflation threatens Joe Biden’s re-election

John Rapley

Saturday
13.04

13.04

When will Iran strike Israel? Tehran officials believe they have no choice

Aris Roussinos

13.04

‘Latine’: progressives’ new favourite buzzword The new term is said to be more inclusive than 'Latinx'

Soledad Ursúa

13.04

Taylor Swift ignites a new war in the music streaming industry

Josiah Gogarty

13.04

Boris Johnson is out of step with the public on smoking bans Brits are much more authoritarian than the former PM realises

Peter Franklin

Friday
12.04

12.04

US universities crack down on Palestine protests A string of colleges have penalised students for campus demonstrations 

Laurel Duggan

12.04

Curtis Yarvin debates Christopher Rufo on the future of the Right

UnHerd Staff

12.04

Japan’s pacifist era is officially over Tokyo is back as a major player in international affairs

Philip Patrick

12.04

Angela Rayner’s hypocrisy will be her undoing Keir Starmer's deputy has made a career out of holding others to high standards

Henry Hill

12.04

Investigative journalism is reaching breaking point openDemocracy's depleted workforce is another sign of an industry in despair

Gavin Haynes

12.04

Migration pact will only deepen EU divisions Eastern European leaders are opposed to the bloc's plans for relocation

William Nattrass

Thursday
11.04

11.04

Sam Harris: jihadists are worse than Nazis The neuroscientist claimed it was a matter of civilisation versus its enemies

Laurel Duggan

11.04

Salman Rushdie returns to the spotlight

UnHerd Staff

11.04

O.J. Simpson’s strange internet afterlife Younger generations saw him as a curious, semi-comic figure

Oliver Bateman

11.04

Is the US election influencing Bank of England interest rates? The possible return of Donald Trump has spooked policymakers

Philip Pilkington

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