Archive: Gay Rights

Censored: Campaigns against academics with questionable views have grown in recent years

The witch-hunt against an anti-gay professor is an own-goal for the left

The test of suitability for an academic job should be your conduct, not your opinions

Opinion Former Articles

  • Alan Turing was a pioneer of computer science - but was punished for being a homosexual

    Better late than never, Alan Turing is finally pardoned

    The man believed by many to be responsible for saving Britain from the Nazis has finally been granted a posthumous pardon, 59 years after his death.

  • Nelson Mandela dies

    The Political Week Online: A Week in December

    What a week. It started off with a young swimming star coming out, and ended up with an old civil rights icon reaching the end of his life. Somewhere in the middle, an editor was forced to defend his patriotism to a select committee. And the chancellor delivered his autumn statement.

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