Originally published by the Spectator After voting for Brexit earlier this year did you come over all homophobic? I mean after … Continued
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Originally published by Left Foot Forward Last week’s publication of an open letter in the Guardian criticising the evidence behind the … Continued
Original published by the Spectator This is how the madness spreads. While some politicians of the left continue to pretend that … Continued
Originally published by The Spectator Mark Twain once said that if you give a man a reputation as an early-riser he … Continued
Originally published by The Telegraph Last week, as David Cameron’s decision to intervene and protect the citizens of Benghazi from … Continued
By Emma Webb Originally published by The Independent Recently three women were arrested for allegedly plotting an Isis directed attack … Continued
After suffering military defeats and the loss of several leaders, is this the beginning of the end for Islamic State?
Isis’s statelet is faltering. But unfortunately, the way Isis is losing its urban strongholds is legitimising it, laying the groundwork … Continued
Originally published by Huffington Post. Reports of Islamist terror attacks in Europe have become so common that they are now … Continued
Originally published in the Telegraph. Until a few years ago, nobody had heard of a burkini. After this summer, it … Continued
Originally published in the International Business Times. This week, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) confirmed what … Continued
Originally published by the Gatestone Institute. The conviction of radical Islamic preacher Anjem Choudary — the most prominent extremist in … Continued
Originally published by the Spectator. So farewell then Anjem Choudary. At least for a few years. Britain’s biggest loudmouth Islamist … Continued
Originally published by the Gatestone Institute. Earlier this year there was a murder that shocked Britain. Just before Easter, a … Continued
As the Chinese ambassador questions the delay, would cancelling Hinkley severely damage UK-China economic ties?
Originally published in City A.M. The UK-China relationship will be hurt by the decision to delay and potentially halt Hinkley … Continued
This article originally appeared in The Spectator A few months back, after the Brussels terrorist attacks, I pointed out on … Continued
This article originally appeared in The Telegraph Since early 2014, at the latest, the Islamic State (Isil) has been plotting … Continued
Playing down the differences in our multi-cultural world is giving the fundamentalists the advantage
This article originally appeared on The Jewish Chronicle In Acton, in West London, there is a church which has bucked … Continued
As Donald Trump pulls ahead in the presidential race, will 2016 be seen as the high water mark for globalisation?
This article originally appeared on City AM It is tempting at moments of political dislocation to create order from what … Continued