• Frank Furedi
  • Frank Furedi
  • Sociologist, commentator and author
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Why Labour has a problem with Jews

The new anti-Semitism is identity politics in action.

The flight of the elites from the nation state

When leaders lose faith in the nation, geopolitics becomes more unstable.

Now they even want to racialise the World Cup

Identitarians judge footballers not by their skill, but by their race.

The mainstreaming of porn

The pornification of Western society speaks to a serious crisis of values – one that censorship won’t solve.

Hungary: The bad boy of the EU

Brussels fears Hungary because it refuses to bow to imperial technocracy.

Universities’ risk aversion is hampering intellectual progress

Treating staff and students like children discourages the kind of experimentation that will yield solutions to the challenges we face.

A war that begins in the nursery

Curse of helicopter parenting

It's tempting to blame the internet and social media for children's technology additions but nervous parents could be playing a part too.

Grenfell Tower fire a year on

What lessons can we learn from the tragedy and aftermath?

‘The fear of populism is really a fear of the masses’

Frank Furedi discusses his new book, How Fear Works.

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