Lady Tonge is using her unelected position to persecute some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
Why should I love this country?
Only when nomads settled on fertile land did the notion of progress take root
Climate change exposes progress as a myth
We should welcome the return of the big wild mammals
If we want a classless society, banning hunting might be a step towards it.
It’s time to lighten up about falling birthrates.
Review of The Day After Tomorrow
Disney’s infantilisation of our culture masks a hard, hegemonic will
Wildlife is wonderful. We don’t need any other excuse to protect it.
Beneath the enduring hostility to Gypsies lies an ancient envy of the nomadic life
Our quest for Paradise always appears to result in eviction or genocide
The film Black Hawk Down is helping to create a new myth of American nationhood, which threatens everyone on earth
The atomisation of society means that we must invent novel forms of political organisation
Older mothers have been judged an offence against Nature
The floods are a reminder of our inability to conquer Nature
There’s a chance of stopping the massive fraud depriving Australia’s Aborigines of their royalties, but will it work?
Our failure to prepare for death makes it more frightening
The rich and powerful have started a new class war
It’s time to go back to the land