Oliver Wiseman

Oliver Wiseman

Why is security online so hard to achieve? Edward Lucas’s Cyberphobia argues that we are more at risk online than we realise

What could have been a skewering of our censorious times is merely a missed opportunity

Watching the death throes of Labour on election night in Glasgow

Why London bucked the national trend towards the Tories

Robert Halfon’s campaign for re-election in marginal Harlow may offer solutions to some of the Conservatives’ biggest electoral problems

On the doorsteps of Essex and Glasgow, the reasons why voters are turning to UKIP and the SNP appear remarkably similar

The cartoons and caricatures of “Marc”.

How did a cartoonist who regularly draws Mohammed feel on hearing about the events in Paris?

Online speech is over-regulated. The police have better things to do than round up those who say offensive or insulting things on social media

John Lanchester’s lesson in financial literacy is blighted by his contempt