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Podcasts from Spectator writers
Messing up the entire brand is a small price to pay for Hasbro buying some woke brownie points
By Tom Slater
Why should a film star be sacked over her political opinions, however dumb or insensitive?
If these people cannot deal with the existence of views different to their own, they probably shouldn’t work in publishing
There is nothing liberal or progressive about insisting that only people who hold to today’s values should be allowed their place in sport
This is nothing to do with the strength of activists, and everything to do with the cowardice of institutions
The culture war gets granular
Surely there should be some spaces in life untouched by political concerns?
Over the past few days, woke capitalism has reached new heights
What compels celebrities to make political interventions as if they were visiting foreign dignitaries?
Is there no corner of life that will not be needlessly politicized by those who think they know better?
Gina Carano and the hypocrisy of Hollywood
Mr Potato Head and the cult of gender neutrality
The pathetic attempt to cancel Jordan Peterson
Why is Ben & Jerry’s lecturing us about ‘white supremacy’?
Joaquin Phoenix’s Oscars speech was beyond a joke
Lego, George Floyd and the politics of playtime
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.