They’ve put the boot into students’ sociopathic insistence that we use mad words like “cis” or have railed against academics’ acquiescence to the transformation of universities into kindergartens for outsized offence-takers.

But beyond all this admittedly scary/hilarious stuff, there’s a far larger and harder-to-criticise problem—P.C.’s invasion of everyday life; its movement from colleges into the concrete worlds of politics, society, and community relations. Consider Rotherham.

Major official inquiries, including one published last week, have discovered that in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013, around 1,400 young people, mainly white working-class girls, were sexually exploited and abused by gangs of men, most of them of Pakistani Muslim heritage.