Media that decide not to reproduce the magazine’s cartoons of Mohammed shouldn’t be criticised.
The cultivation of hyper-sensitivity is now spreading from the post-modern left to the rest of the political spectrum
Sometimes the religious beliefs of a terrorist are irrelevant; sometimes they are critical – as in this case.
At the risk of stating the obvious, the targeting of Charlie Hebdo and its staff for murder had nothing whatsoever to do with western foreign policy.
The murderers of Stéphane Charbonnier and his staff understood that freedom isn’t the only challenge to their fanaticism.
Our politics are diminished by a prissy underestimate of what level of outspokenness is bearable. Hence the rise of UKIP.
It cannot be right for people to lose their jobs over what they might or might not be thinking.
The closing down of an abortion debate last week is part of a disturbing trend.
While Labour attack the press, Javid, May and Grayling are wooing them with hard policy.
Has political correctness gone mad to the point of eating itself?
While some Ukippers don’t mind dishing out insults – ‘LibLabCon’, ‘EUSSR’ etc – they get worse in return
Pakistan’s Prime Minister is visiting London – David Cameron should urge him to reform these outdated laws.