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Freddy Gray

Freddy Gray is deputy editor of The Spectator and the founding editor of The Spectator’s World edition. He was formerly literary editor of the American Conservative.

Politics

What is Black Lives Matter?

A slogan? A movement? Or a scam?

By Freddy Gray

Americano

What do the Pennsylvania primaries mean for Donald Trump?

Freddy Gray speaks to the Republican strategist Luke Thompson, discussing the nail-biting race between Pennsylvania’s candidates for the US Senate, featuring Trump-backed candidate Dr. Oz.

By Freddy Gray

Law

The Supreme Court’s abortion bombshell

Alito’s draft opinion argues the Constitution does not enshrine any right to abortion

By Freddy Gray

Politics

How Disney fell foul of Florida’s governor

DeSantis has the juju of the antagonistic disruptor

By Freddy Gray

Europe

How France feels about Macron’s re-election

The real threat to France in 2027 could come from the radical left more than the right

By Freddy Gray

Americano

Could Elon Musk save Twitter?

Freddy Gray speaks to Kat Rosenfield, the author and UnHerd columnist, about Elon Musk’s proposal to buy a controlling stake in the social media giant. Rosenfield’s latest book, No One Will Miss Her, is published by HarperCollins and is available to buy now.

By Freddy Gray

Americano

Will Donald Trump be back in the White House in 2025?

A recent poll showed that if a general election was to be held today between Trump and Biden, the 45th president would be successful in winning back the White House. But what is it, in just over a year, that has led to such a flip? Freddy talks with Trump spokesman Liz Harrington on Trump’s […]

By Freddy Gray

International

Could Biden gaffe us into World War Three?

He always has had an almost supernatural ability to say not just the wrong thing but the worst thing

By Freddy Gray

Europe

The myopic focus on racism at the Polish-Ukrainian border

Poland is behaving like a humanitarian superpower — yet large parts of the media would rather just cry racism

By Freddy Gray

Europe

In Lviv, the mood is inspiring — and fanatical

In the St. Peter and Paul Church, a Ukrainian boy marries his sweetheart before going to fight

By Freddy Gray

Europe

Would Trump have prevented the crisis in Ukraine?

Putin, as a slightly comic alpha male authoritarian, saw in Trump something he recognized

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Are Kamala Harris’s days as VP numbered?

Dementedness is a theme of the Biden-Harris administration

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Biden’s mask has slipped

The president’s ego is very sensitive to slights — more so, perhaps, than even Donald Trump’s

By Freddy Gray

Science & Tech

Will Trump’s pro-vaccine stance prove his undoing?

The former president might end up showing that he’s lost touch with the movement he built

By Freddy Gray

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