The Spectator's associate editor said calls for Sir Roger Scruton to resign were are a result of "offence archaeologists" taking his comments "out of context".
Toby Young claimed the lack of black students at Oxford University was down to a lack of support from schools. Bilal Harry Khan, a black Cambridge graduate, argues that he isn't completely wrong
Brendan O'Neill says we have to question the #MeToo and Time's Up movements in light of the Brendan Cox affair
Galloway also laid into Toby Young, condemning him as a 'supuriating sore, seeping, weeping, vile bile'
Cable was also put on the spot over Benjamin Hunt, who has been appointed to the Office of Students despite leading a campaign to remove a poster of Lord Carey from King's College London over his opposition to gay marriage
Julia Hartley-Brewer suggests Toby Young has been unfairly tweeted and asks critic Lord Adonis 'how can we censor a man who tweets about women's breasts yet allow John McDonnell to call for lynching Tories'
Butler says she has serious objections to Young's appointment
George talks to Natasha Devon MBE about the appointment of Toby Young, and the reaction to Fire and Fury
Abbott was responding to an article which dug up a series of Johnson's old articles
Academic Phillip Blong believes Young has the courage to stand up to 'East German-style totalitarian bullying' seen at some universities
Toby Young writes about his new role on the board of the Office for Students, and clears up some of the misconceptions surrounding his appointment
Young has faced fury from left-wingers following his appointment to the board of the new Office for Students
Critics focus on Young's admission that he once dressed as a woman to seduce lesbians
The Spectator's Toby Young has criticised MP David Lammy for 'implying' that Oxford and Cambridge are guilty of racial bias
More money for grammar schools and free schools in England will be announced in the Chancellor’s budget on Wednesday