The child-abuse panic is poisoning the adult-child relationship.
Bowie’s brilliance defies psychiatric reductivism.
Many ‘mental-health problems’ are just normal childhood experiences.
Public health was once about saving us from illness, not from ourselves.
Must-reads from the past week
The petty policing of public spaces is inhibiting community life.
James Bartholomew launches a scathing attack on the effects of welfarism.
The government’s food-bank strategy will increase state intervention in poor people’s lives.
Charities in the UK have become far too dependent on state funding, at the cost of their independence.