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@DanielJHannan

19.11.2017

Can animals think? And if they can, is it right to treat them as we do?

Do they remember things? Do they, in a word, think?...

The Telegraph

18.11.2017

Mugabe’s crime is to have denied his people the freedom and prosperity that trade, not aid, has brou

It is hard not to cheer the end of Robert Mugabe’s autocracy...

The Telegraph

14.11.2017

Outside the EU, Britain can copy Singapore or Switzerland – but we have to decide now

Brexit is a legal reality: we leave on 29 March 2019 with or without an agreement....

IBTimes


13.11.2017

Stop condemning tax havens. It’s perfectly legitimate to avoid taxation

Here are some ways in which you might legally reduce your tax bill....

The Telegraph

09.11.2017

Coercion may be working in Catalonia, but it won’t work here

The latest polls show a decline in support for separatist parties, as well as a decline in support for secession itself....

Conservative Home

07.11.2017

Uzbekistan is a breeding ground for Islamist terrorism thanks to its self-fulfilling prophecy

Told it was either Islam Karimov or the fundamentalists, a number of Uzbeks concluded the fundamentalists weren't so bad....

IBTimes


06.11.2017

From Martin Luther to the American Revolution

The religious conflicts that followed Martin Luther’s break with Rome seem to belong to a different universe....

The Washington Examiner

05.11.2017

Remember, remember the 5th of November is about parliamentary sovereignty – and Brexit opportunity

November was dark in 17th-century England – darker than we, in our light-polluted age, can easily understand....

The Telegraph

04.11.2017

Higher interest rates are no bad thing, but the European Arrest Warrant most certainly is

The funniest response to the 0.25  percentage point rise in interest rates came from James McGrory...

The Telegraph


30.10.2017

Where is the Zola of the Zulu?

Where is the Zola of the Zulu?...

The Washington Examiner

29.10.2017

100 years and 100 million deaths later, Communism still has its converts. Why?

We are approaching the most monstrous of centenaries....

The Telegraph

28.10.2017

Outraged about public sector pay? So am I

Do you think nurses should be paid more? Of course you do. Who wouldn’t? ...

The Telegraph


26.10.2017

The tension over Catalonia is a wholly avoidable tragedy for Spain

“If you and I were to reach a deal, both of us would be betraying our ideals and our men”....

Conservative Home

23.10.2017

The real point of ‘fake news’

Who is falling for the laughable disinformation beamed out every hour by RT, Vladimir Putin's TV station?...

The Washington Examiner

22.10.2017

The tale of Europe’s 20th century is uplifting, but it is not our tale

I admit it: I entered the House of European History in a cynical mood....

The Telegraph


21.10.2017

Like any parent, Britain should take pride in Israel

Asked to apologise for the 1917 Balfour Declaration, which led to the foundation of Israel, the Government was admirably robust....

The Telegraph

18.10.2017

Why has free trade stopped​ being a left-wing cause?

200 years after David Ricardo, why are people still misunderstanding free trade's virtues?...

IBTimes

16.10.2017

How to anger a feminist: Criticize Harvey Weinstein the wrong way

It's not enough, apparently, to condemn Harvey Weinstein as a priapic creep. ...

The Washington Examiner


14.10.2017

Free trade will always enrich our country. If we can’t embrace it now, Brexit was pointless

Hovering behind our Brexit anxieties is a belief that Britain isn’t up to it....

The Telegraph

14.10.2017

The Norman Conquest was a disaster for England. We should celebrate Naseby, not Hastings

The Norman Conquest was a cataclysm for the English people. After 1066, the country was clenched in a mailed fist....

The Telegraph


12.10.2017

The modern politician must learn about psychology, and how evolution moulds our minds

Because our irrational tendencies have a genetic basis, they are predictable. ...

Conservative Home

10.10.2017

Why you should be optimistic about Brexit

Things almost always work out better than expected, and Brexit should be no exception....

IBTimes

09.10.2017

Why the EU can never accept an independent Catalonia

Such is the terrifying gravitational power of the European Union that it has pulled even Nigel Farage into its orbit....

The Washington Examiner


08.10.2017

The meaning of death will be very different when our society cures ageing

In the end”, wrote Goethe glumly, “we are all King Lear”....

The Telegraph

02.10.2017

The latest US move on planes is a train-wreck

The decision to slap 220 percent tariffs on imported aircraft is so wrongheaded, so unjust......

The Washington Examiner


01.10.2017

Britain’s future is as a nation state - not in the EU empire

The world of tomorrow is a world of empires...

The Telegraph

29.09.2017

There’s far more agreement on the terms of Brexit than the pundits suggest

Here are some aspects of Brexit that, as far as I can tell, have the agreement of everyone in Cabinet....

Conservative Home

27.09.2017

Using Brexit to make free trade deals will help us cut prices, boost growth and help world trade

A Steel tariff destroys more jobs in cars, aviation, construction and machine-making than it saves in steel...

The Sun


26.09.2017

Why are Kurdish and Catalan independence OK, but not British independence?

Because of its history, Britain will never be the underdog. That doesn't mean it can't be right....

IBTimes

26.09.2017

Let’s hear it for nationalism

It is hard to convey quite how badly Donald Trump's speech to the United Nations was received in Brussels....

The Washington Examiner

25.09.2017

By embracing free trade, we can use Brexit to make everyone better off

Free trade between a rich and a poor country, as between any two countries, benefits both ...

The Telegraph


19.09.2017

Remainers are using false quotes to smear Brexiteers

Leave campaigners must be shown to be deceitful in order to undermine the authority of the referendum....

IBTimes

18.09.2017

Trump’s anti-Amazon Luddism

Amazon is doing great damage to tax paying retailers. Towns, cities and states throughout the U.S. are being hurt ...

The Washington Examiner

17.09.2017

How Hurricane Irma discredits Leftist economics

Asurprising number of commentators think that Hurricane Irma will end up boosting the American economy....

The Telegraph


14.09.2017

Farewell to Edward du Cann, the courtly Eurosceptic who helped propel Thatcher to power

Throughout his years as Conservative leader, Edward Heath detested two of his MPs above all others....

Conservative Home

11.09.2017

Can anything now stop North Korea?

We have tried carrots and sticks, aid and sanctions, engagement and isolation. Nothing seems to work....

The Washington Examiner

11.09.2017

How Winnie-the-Pooh explains British politics

When it comes to Brexit, it's easy to see who is a Tigger and who is an Eeyore....

IBTimes


05.09.2017

Rohingya Muslims stood by Britain in WWII. Now they are dying, where is our loyalty?

The victims are Muslim, and the persecutors are Buddhist - which doesn't neatly fit our Western world-view....

IBTimes

04.09.2017

Moral equivalence between fascists and antifa? Absolutely

Footage emerged last week of masked ruffians beating a man as he writhed on the ground at Berkeley's campus...

The Washington Examiner

03.09.2017

Others outside the EU access its market. So why can’t we?

We want you to hand us a wodge of money, and we insist that you calculate the appropriate sum!...

The Telegraph


31.08.2017

Prejudice against fat people is a snobbery of the Left

Let me have men about me that are fat; sleek-headed men and such as sleep o’ nights....

Conservative Home

26.08.2017

Protesting against statues of Nelson, Churchill or Rhodes is just a way of showing off

Does Winston Churchill deserve a statue? He wrote some nasty things about Muslims....

The Telegraph


21.08.2017

Continuity Remainers are so determined to hate Brexit that they’ve become detached from reality

The anguish surrounding Brexit cannot be explained in purely political terms...

The Telegraph

21.08.2017

The alt-right and alt-left dunderheads are making a mockery of American democracy

Each side needs the other and builds up the opposition as larger and more menacing than it really is....

IBTimes

19.08.2017

The hard truth about terrorism is that there isn’t a lot more we can do to stop it

There is a familiar pattern, almost a ritual, that follows each terrorist outrage...

The Telegraph


15.08.2017

Venezuela and Vichy: why does Socialist brutality get an easier ride than Fascism?

Venezuela’s agony is provoking spectacular gymnastics from British Leftists....

The Telegraph

08.08.2017

Brits need to get over their beef with US meat

I eat steak whenever I'm in the United States. Your steaks are bigger, juicier, and more tender than those I can buy in Europe....

The Washington Examiner

08.08.2017

Why we should all embrace depending on the rest of the world for our food

Britain is importing 42 per cent of its food – the highest figure for half a century....

The Telegraph


08.08.2017

Jeremy Corbyn’s Caracas to think a ‘socialist utopia’ helps the poor

as socialism is always the same story...

The Sun

04.08.2017

Twelve principles to unite Remainers and Leavers

t is in everyone’s interest to replace our EU membership with a strong and friendly relationship....

Conservative Home

01.08.2017

The Good News on Brexit They’re Not Telling You

On July 24, trade talks began between Britain and America...

The New York Times


31.07.2017

Obamacare is here to stay

If the Republicans can't scrap Obamacare, what is the point of them?...

The Washington Examiner

31.07.2017

American chickens have turned Europhiles into chauvinists

Americans are as fussy about hygiene as any people on Earth....

IBTimes

25.07.2017

US should stop coddling the Saudis on Qatar

When Qatar was accused of sponsoring jihadi violence, people around the world drew back instinctively....

The Washington Examiner

20.07.2017

Uganda shows the power of the free market in action

The best arguments for the free market are practical rather than theoretical....

Conservative Home


17.07.2017

We wouldn’t celebrate a statue of Hitler. So why Engels?

Nazism killed 17 million people; Communism 100 million....

IBTimes

16.07.2017

Britain and Africa will prosper together if we ditch the EU’s economic colonialism

The further you travel from Brussels, the likelier people are to see Brexit as an opportunity...

The Telegraph

15.07.2017

The childishness of Remain refuseniks can’t stop Brexit, but it might damage it

What do they hope to achieve, the Remain refuseniks currently filling our airwaves with their threats and lamentations?...

The Telegraph


10.07.2017

Trump is pandering to Putin - and it’s playing into Russia’s hands

He may be innocent of collusion, but he seems to enjoy behaving like a man with something to hide....

IBTimes

09.07.2017

Corbyn has taken control of the debate and is leading us into a miserable, debt-laden future

Jeremy Corbyn is winning. I don’t just mean he is ahead in the opinion polls – although, horrifyingly, he is....

The Telegraph


06.07.2017

Sooner or later, you run out of spending other people’s money.And it’s young people who foot the bil

One of the worst features of minority governments is that they’re inescapably extravagant. ...

Conservative Home

05.07.2017

Punch a Nazi, shoot a Republican — how far you want to take it is a matter of taste

There's a bellicose undertone in a lot of Leftist rhetoric these days. ...

The Washington Examiner

03.07.2017

Staying in the customs union after Brexit would be a disaster for Britain’s trade

Leaving would mean that we can sign our own trade agreements with the world's major economies....

IBTimes


26.06.2017

Corbyn’s support will fall now he’s finally being treated as a politician rather than as a joke

British people, who have always eschewed political extremes, won't vote for a UK version of Fidel Castro....

IBTimes

26.06.2017

The death of a matador will, paradoxically, make bullfighting more popular

Iván Fandiño preferred to let his cape do the talking....

The Washington Examiner

24.06.2017

From fears over recession to Scottish split and refugee camps

EU Remoaners were wrong and we’re stronger than before...

The Sun


19.06.2017

Pro-life, pro-Brexit, pro-UK: How Northern Ireland’s DUP became the enemy of the Left

The permanently affronted Left has a new target. Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)...

The Washington Examiner

19.06.2017

Finsbury Park attack: We need to make political violence a taboo

In our language and attitudes, we can place it in the same moral category as child abuse or cannibalism....

IBTimes

19.06.2017

Oh dear! Does Brussels REALLY think we’ll come crawling back?

Almost exactly a year has passed since British voters told their government to withdraw from the European Union. ...

Daily Mail


17.06.2017

A great tragedy is not always proof of great wickedness

Do you remember the tragic story of Jacintha Saldanha? You don’t?...

CapX

12.06.2017

This opposition to the DUP is idiotic

Over the weekend, the hive mind of Momentum, Comment Is Free and chunks of the BBC somehow reached the view that the Democratic ...

IBTimes

12.06.2017

Don’t panic! We can still get a strong deal with the most pro-Brexit House of Commons ever

This is the most pro-Brexit House of Commons ever elected. ...

Daily Mail


10.06.2017

Young Brits vote for free stuff

How the blithering flip did it happen?...

The Washington Examiner

06.06.2017

Trump wants Londoners to be more alarmed. That’s exactly what the terrorists want too

Perhaps Donald and his vocal cheerleaders simply don't get British stoicism....

IBTimes

06.06.2017

Good globalization and bad globalization

If I say the word "globalization," what images come to your mind?...

The Washington Examiner


01.06.2017

How can Labour’s leaders be in thrall to Marx?

Shall I tell you the most extraordinary thing about the clique who have commandeered the Labour Party?...

CapX

01.06.2017

Don’t leave Brexit talks to a divided and unprepared Labour and a leader who doesn’t know what he w

Would he welcome your positive attitude and cut his price — or would he thank his lucky stars and take you for every penny?...

The Sun

31.05.2017

Corbyn treats Isis, Hamas and the IRA the same - blaming us for their crimes

There is a paradoxical racism in his view that terrorists are only responsive to Western intervention....

IBTimes


29.05.2017

There’s no such thing as total security from terrorism

There's no such thing as total security from terrorism...

The Washington Examiner

26.05.2017

How should Thatcherites respond to May?

A bizarre idea has crept into our political discourse during the past six months...

CapX

23.05.2017

Corbyn will lose because we’re not all idealistic teenagers

Why isn't Jeremy heading for a victory? Because Labour's manifesto is an impossible spending wish-list....

IBTimes


22.05.2017

Eurocrats resent the spread of the English language​

Never before has the world had a common language. ...

The Washington Examiner

19.05.2017

Theresa May has unveiled the internationalist Brexit of my dreams

We are leaving the European Union....

The Telegraph

16.05.2017

Even Remainers don’t like it when unpatriotic Lib Dems back Brussels against Brexit

The Lib Dem stance on Brexit appears anti-democratic to moderate, pragmatic Remain voters....

IBTimes


15.05.2017

How Trump may come to Europe’s rescue

How Trump may come to Europe's rescue...

The Washington Examiner

11.05.2017

Corbyn is the ultimate selfish gene, content to kill off Labour for his own benefit

The eclipse of the Labour Party by must now be reckoned more likely than not....

Conservative Home

09.05.2017

Macron poses no threat to Brexit – but he might damage the EU

The French president Emmanuel Macron is a protectionist when it comes to the EU....

IBTimes


08.05.2017

Repeal Obamacare now, or not at all

Human beings are change averse....

The Washington Examiner

04.05.2017

Only hated Eurocrat Jean-Claude Juncker is stopping a quick deal to leave the EU

Right from the start, the irritable Eurocrat has ensured the talks will go ahead in an atmosphere of mistrust...

The Sun


02.05.2017

Conservatives International launches next month in Miami. Join us!

When I was growing up in Lima in the 1970s, Western visitors were astonished by the shantytowns, the barriadas......

The Washington Examiner

01.05.2017

The inconvenient truth about food banks: The rich are getting richer - and so are the poor

Food banks are becoming the go-to prop for people who lack actual statistics....

IBTimes

01.05.2017

Marine Le Pen is winning votes by pushing rhetoric that caused France’s problems

Protectionism inflicts the greatest harm on the least well off – who are often, paradoxically, its supporters....

IBTimes


01.05.2017

Corbyn treats Isis, Hamas and the IRA the same - blaming us for their crimes

When it comes to international relations, a lot of us think like egocentric teenagers. ...

IBTimes

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