Pete Hegseth was against cancel culture... until he was for it.
The news channel’s launch on Sunday was not without technical issues.
The Australian comic insisted: "If you say [something] and you lose your audience, then you have probably said the wrong thing."
Some deride deplatforming as a sign of an emerging “cancel culture” and an attack on free speech. But inaction is dangerous too, Imran Ahmed writes.
Language reform is a huge and necessary step in changing outdated attitudes, Ella Glover writes.
Cancel culture is seemingly happening to everyone, every day, but what exactly is it? Dr Tina Sikka explains where cancel culture came from and what it means for society.
JK Rowling Joins High-Profile Figures Signing Letter Warning Of ‘Intolerant Climate’ For Free Speech
The Harry Potter author has joined over 150 signatories criticising ‘cancel culture’.