Arianne Shahvisi / March 30, 2020
David Cameron condemned the UK’s “sicknote culture” as a drain on resources, while 42 per cent of managers think having the flu isn't a valid excuse to skip work. This needs to change
Rachel Shabi / March 21, 2020
Society reckons with life’s fragility
Julian Baggini / March 20, 2020
The ethics of who lives and dies is one of the most sensitive and important problems raised by the current crisis
Self-preservation is a basic human instinct. But in a world centered around individual survival, we mustn't forget who suffers most
We should be free to criticise any religious belief system so long as we choose our words with care
Alexandra Haddow / February 13, 2020
Working in the same pub my dad had stayed at years before, I found a greater appreciation of the role pubs play in our communities—and the harm that will be done by their closing
Catherine Rottenberg and Shani Orgad / February 10, 2020
The "tradwife" movement, which looks back to an earlier era of women homemakers, is often seen as a reaction to feminism. The reality is more complex
Marie Le Conte / February 7, 2020
Behind viral tweets revelling in time alone is an uncomfortable truth: millennials struggle to have, and keep, friends. So what's going on?
After it appeared in the Museum of Failure in 2017, photos of the "Colgate Lasagna" began to go viral on Twitter and Reddit—not to mention in marketing seminars. But did it ever really exist?