The January issue of The Murmur is only available online, click to read
A terrible gamble with the nation's education was made on Monday when the government, together with the Social Democrats, passed a law preventing double degrees
As support for liberal democracy plummets across the West, we could all do with asking ourselves whether we have the arguments we need to keep authoritarianism at bay
The fight for equality across race, gender and sexuality lines is more than mere social capital yielded by class snobs. They’re fundamental standards, and we need them now, more than ever.
Lacking vision and empathy, the Left has alienated its traditional core constituency. Shaming people for feeling hurt will not make the world a better place. You might believe you are fighting for a dream, but you are creating a nightmare
NOVEMBER LEADER – Radical political transparency is needed to bring voters back from the grips of populism
The November issue of The Murmur hits the streets today. Read this month's leader now, on the need to make globalisation work for more people, and rebuild trust in political institutions.
I own the right to live in Denmark, without having to explain or defend who I am
The Danishness debate doesn't help us develop cohesive society where we are invested in each other's successes
If Danskernes Parti and Nye Borgerlige get into parliament, 40 years of progress could be reversed as a new anti-refugee and immigration arms race begins
It is time for political parties and the public to admit that, on average, our country is wealthy enough. Yes, I said it – Denmark is wealthy enough. The problem is that we’ve failed to use that wealth correctly, and it’s being distributed unequally and unfairly.