Like any thought criminal, his NUS accuser gave him no explanation, nor did her supporters believe he even had a right to ask for one.
Posts Tagged: Political correctness
The sight of left-wing students lecturing white working class men about the shame they ought to feel for their ‘privilege’ is unlikely to win many votes.
When these terms are misused as catch-all boo-words, they lose their meaning and their essential value.
If the standard is as it now appears to be, May will have difficulty finding enough male Ministers to replace all those she will be required to sack.
If Fallon’s account of why he quit is right, his exit is a mistake – and May has set a precedent she may come to regret
If a Minister is guilty of bullying, harrassment or abuse, he should go. But behaviour that falls short of these should not require resignation.
Alex Morton: Identity politics is wrong – and bad for Tories, too. So if May is staking a revival on it, her difficulties will deepen.
The idea that all groups should have the same outcomes is just an update of the old socialist idea of equality of outcome – ignoring the choices that individuals make.
Labour MP Sarah Champion is brave to speak out. Now research is needed to find out more by speaking to the victims.
We have allowed our enemies to infiltrate almost every power centre that matters and delegitimise our very existence.
The uncomfortable question is this: has the push for expansion altered the nature of these institutions? If not, why do they tolerate jaw-dropping illiberality?
Graeme Archer: A charter for bullies. Infecting criminal justice with identity politics is a terrible, terrible mistake
And the physicist who reported the Home Secretary for ‘hate crime’, for wanting more British apprenticeships? He’s a fat idiot, yes. But mostly he’s a bully.
Interview: Philip Davies on standing up for his views – “The place where bullying happens most is in the House of Commons”
The Shipley MP says his views on women and equality are reasonable, and that Labour is shaping a culture that seeks to silence dissent.
A fundamental clash between cosmopolitanism and communitarianism is taking place – and it cuts across Left and Right.
It should be the role of the Higher Education Minister to make the Government’s view known that on campus there are practically no limits to intellectual discussion.
Where to begin? Let’s start here…
His one-man war on consensus makes people wince and routinely raises his colleagues’ blood pressure. That’s precisely why Parliament would be poorer without him.