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@DanielJHannan

02.12.2019

Jeremy Corbyn is campaigning like Trump did, and he’s hoping for a similar surprise win

Next week’s general election in the United Kingdom ought to have been a slam dunk. ...

The Washington Examiner

01.12.2019

I simply won’t appear on Channel 4 News, because it is biased, unfair and juvenile

I remember the moment when I decided to stop appearing on Channel 4 News....

The Telegraph

30.11.2019

Brexit gives us the chance to trade with new and old friends, starting with Japan

Let’s remind ourselves why we are leaving the EU. ...

The Telegraph


27.11.2019

£1 million? £1 billion? £1 trillion? McDonnell is relying on you not knowing the difference.

Suppose I were to tell you that Labour’s promises would cost £50 billion....

Conservative Home

25.11.2019

Why the Holocaust is more than just another genocide

The easy reaction is outrage. How dare Roger Hallam, the founder of Extinction Rebellion, seek to downplay the Holocaust?...

The Washington Examiner

25.11.2019

Why the Holocaust is more than just another genocide

The easy reaction is outrage. How dare Roger Hallam, the founder of Extinction Rebellion, seek to downplay the Holocaust? ...

The Telegraph


24.11.2019

Without the unbelievable modesty of one man, Brexit would have been impossible

The ancient church was full of Conservative MPs pausing their election campaigns to attend a memorial service for Lord Spicer. ...

The Telegraph

23.11.2019

The young embrace socialism because they are ignorant of its destructive power

You think broadband is expensive now? Just wait till it’s free....

The Telegraph

17.11.2019

To blame is human, but the authorities can only do so much to stem the tide

The flood damage, and the agony of affected families, could easily have been far greater ...

The Telegraph


16.11.2019

​The reason we don’t have a four-day week is that most of us don’t really want one

We could all be working a four-day week now – but we want holidays and Netflix...

The Telegraph

11.11.2019

Milton Friedman’s arguments will never age

Fairlee, Vermont — At the top of a steep hill here stands a green hexagonal cottage....

The Washington Examiner


10.11.2019

Nigel Farage would rather scupper Brexit than let somebody else deliver it

Donna Jones organised the Leave campaign in Portsmouth in 2016....

The Telegraph

09.11.2019

30 years after the Berlin Wall’s fall, the dangerous ‘cuddly socialism’ myth has returned

Thirty years ago, most observers were convinced that socialism was finished. ...

The Telegraph

04.11.2019

Boris will win, and Britain will at last move on

For the fourth time in as many years, the United Kingdom is going to the polls....

The Washington Examiner


02.11.2019

Boris Johnson has risen to his role as PM - and the Remainers don’t know how to react

When Boris Johnson published his biography of Winston Churchill five years ago, his detractors were scathing....

The Telegraph

30.10.2019

Where would we now find another Norman Stone?

One good thing – only one – came out of Oliver Letwin’s wrecking amendment earlier this month...

Conservative Home

28.10.2019

Why is ‘Mr. Brexit’ concentrating his tariffs on the UK?

Tariffs always cause the most damage to the country that imposes them....

The Washington Examiner


27.10.2019

I thought Britain had biased, Left-wing media – until I spent time in Canada

Justin Trudeau, a man who can’t remember how many times he darkened his skin for comic effect...

The Telegraph

26.10.2019

Labour has now run out of excuses. It can’t delay a general election any longer

You can’t live a lie forever – not even if you’re a politician....

The Telegraph

22.10.2019

Voter fraud is a real thing, even in Britain

In 2005, a British high court judge stunned the nation by pointing to “electoral fraud that would disgrace a banana republic” ...

The Washington Examiner


22.10.2019

Voter fraud is a real thing, even in Britain

In 2005, a British high court judge stunned the nation by pointing to “electoral fraud that would disgrace a banana republic” ...

The Washington Examiner

20.10.2019

When even Nicky Morgan thinks we should end the licence fee, its time is up

No one could call Nicky Morgan an ideologue. I have known the Culture Secretary since we were students....

The Telegraph

19.10.2019

On the cusp of victory, will Nigel Farage decide to put Brexit – or party – first?

Are politicians principled or venal? The honest answer, in most cases, is “a bit of both”...

The Telegraph


13.10.2019

It would be a lethal mistake if the West shuts its eyes to the Isil ‘bloodlands’

When I first visited Yad Vashem, the Holocaust memorial centre in Jerusalem...

The Telegraph

12.10.2019

The Brexit row is turning us all into devils – and our MPs are mainly to blame

“Don’t you have any regrets about Brexit, Hannan?”...

The Telegraph

10.10.2019

Kindness, the last defense against totalitarianism

When I saw in the news that the University of California...

The Washington Examiner


06.10.2019

Social engineering in universities can only harm one of our great national assets

Britain’s strengths are in twenty-first century industries: international legal services, biotech, artificial intelligence......

The Telegraph

05.10.2019

Leave voters can see what’s going on. They won’t blame Boris if Brexit is delayed

Here’s how it will go. The EU, after some sneering and posturing, will reject Boris Johnson’s deal....

The Telegraph

03.10.2019

As Iran-Saudi tensions rise, the US should stay out of it

We all know what is wrong with Iran. It is a repressive theocracy and a rogue state....

The Washington Examiner


29.09.2019

From paying reparations to backing our enemies, Labour’s anti-British credo is shameful

The single most shocking proposal to come out of the Labour conference was largely overlooked....

The Telegraph

26.09.2019

Boris, Brexit, and the politicization of Britain’s judiciary

A politicized court rules against an elected government. ...

The Washington Examiner

22.09.2019

The Germans think Shakespeare was a German – and they are right

If but as well I other accents borrow that can my speech defuse…” says Kent in King Lear. ...

The Telegraph

21.09.2019

If the Establishment’s coup against Brexit succeeds, our institutions will never recover

I had my Europhile three-year-old with me in Strasbourg last week. In his mind, the European Parliament means endless goodies...

The Telegraph


19.09.2019

A dim-witted war on vaping

My teenage daughter vapes. She half-heartedly tries to hide it from me, but parents are rarely as slow-witted ...

The Washington Examiner

18.09.2019

Luxembourg’s PM’s stunt has secured a win for Boris at the next election

Why, they will ask, should our PM have hung around for them to shout over his words?...

The Sun

18.09.2019

Cameron maligns Brexiteers because he misunderstands them

Everyone agrees that David Cameron made a terrible blunder when he called the referendum....

Conservative Home


16.09.2019

The clearest sign John Bolton was doing his job

The London studio used by Fox News just happens to be in the same building, and I had asked John in after bumping into him on th...

The Washington Examiner

14.09.2019

Our democracy is being overthrown by the EU’s Hideous Strength

It’s not about Brexit any more, at least not primarily....

The Telegraph


08.09.2019

Sacked for using plastic? Welcome to the latest madness from the ‘woke corporation’

Historically, the private sector has been conservative with a small “c”...

The Telegraph

08.09.2019

The Left’s hatred of Singapore is based on anti-capitalist dogma, not evidence

In 1965, Singapore went through its own “no-deal Brexit”: an ill-tempered split with the Malaysian federation....

The Telegraph

07.09.2019

Nigel Farage can’t deliver Brexit, but he could yet block it

Having spent two years demanding a general election on an almost daily basis, Jeremy Corbyn has voted to block one....

The Telegraph


04.09.2019

How to keep our pledges to the EU nationals who live here

Amid all the angst and acrimony, let’s cling to one area of agreement. ...

Conservative Home

02.09.2019

Blame Bolsonaro — why not?

When bad things happen, we want to blame someone....

The Washington Examiner


26.08.2019

Boris is serious about a deal but the Brussels Eurocrats still want to punish the British ‘deserters

Even the civil servants seem suddenly to be standing straighter....

26.08.2019

Americans already think plenty about slavery

Americans don’t think enough about slavery? Seriously? ...

The Washington Examiner

18.08.2019

Woke professors are failing in their duty to teach students the value of open-mindedness

People keep asking me what I plan to do after Brexit....

The Telegraph

17.08.2019

Hong Kong is an island of freedom. Britain cannot just ignore what is happening there

This isn’t about the extradition bill any more....

The Telegraph

16.08.2019

Theresa May gave the EU all it could have hoped for – now it risks losing everything

These intransigent Eurocrats would rather a juddering rupture than see Britain succeed on its own...

The Telegraph


11.08.2019

Three cheers for Theresa Villiers – th

Who do you reckon is the most Eurosceptic member of the new Cabinet?...

The Telegraph

08.08.2019

The EU’s last ultimatum on Brexit is intended to fail

Imagine that Donald Trump wanted to reopen trade talks with the European Union....

The Washington Examiner

04.08.2019

Trump has turned American politics inside out – as we’ll see in the next election

At this stage in the last electoral cycle, Donald Trump was being dismissed as a joke...

The Telegraph


03.08.2019

Harry and Meghan are talking nonsense: we’ll soon be fretting about the falling population

The timing was unfortunate. The day after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex let it be known that, for environmental reasons......

The Telegraph

01.08.2019

Boris Johnson is no Donald Trump

Now really, chaps, that’s quite enough....

The Washington Examiner

28.07.2019

Decades of being soft on Iran has only emboldened the ayatollahs

Seizing another state’s vessel on the high seas is an aggressive act – arguably an act of war....

The Telegraph


26.07.2019

For Brexit to work, power must be stripped from the quangocrats

When Donald Trump entered the White House, his then senior adviser, Steve Bannon, set out the administration’s three priorities....

Conservative Home

25.07.2019

Democrats are making Trump the luckiest guy in America

Don’t interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake, said Napoleon....

18.07.2019

It’s not about the man

America’s culture wars are crossing the Atlantic....

The Washington Examiner


11.07.2019

Democratic presidential candidates are turning into gloom merchants

The United States is the wealthiest and most powerful country in the world. ...

The Washington Examiner

08.07.2019

Bring on Brexit, because we’re losing our minds waiting

Any lingering reputation the British had in Europe for being understated ...

The Washington Examiner

07.07.2019

All the Nike flag row shows is that America has lost interest in the ideal of freedom

It’s the speed of the thing that is so unsettling. One moment, a word or image is completely safe – banal, even. ...

The Telegraph


22.06.2019

No, Brexit isn’t killing Britain. It’s the refusal to deliver Brexit that’s turned politics inside o

"Look what Brexit is doing to you,” a German MEP told me this week. ...

The Telegraph

20.06.2019

Something is amiss in the tribalist GOP

What would you say is the primary task of a U.S. congressman?...

The Washington Examiner

13.06.2019

Why South America’s prospects are looking up

My career as a financial tipster lasted only a few seconds...

The Washington Examiner

06.06.2019

How small we can be

America’s culture wars came to London last week....

The Washington Examiner

03.06.2019

D-Day, 75 years on

Seventy-five years ago, my local pub was the scene of a lethal gunfight. ...

The Washington Examiner


02.06.2019

No, poverty isn’t rising – but I can’t persuade anyone to believe it

No, poverty isn't rising – but I can't persuade anyone to believe it...

The Telegraph

01.06.2019

The Boris prosecution marks the moment at which British politics went Latin American

For the first time in my life, I fear for the stability and legitimacy of our parliamentary system....

The Telegraph

28.05.2019

The next Tory leader faces a Brexit Catch 22 that could destroy the party

At around one o’clock on Monday morning, the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg put it to me that my party had suffered its worst..........

The Telegraph


27.05.2019

Prosperity is killing our politics

The political system we have known since 1945 is coming to an end. ...

The Washington Examiner

19.05.2019

Whatever lessons you take from D-Day, it was a triumph of will and endurance

What does the “D” in D-Day stand for? ...

The Telegraph


12.05.2019

Do you now have to be Left-wing to study at the University of Cambridge?

Is Cambridge even pretending to be objective these days? ...

The Telegraph


11.05.2019

Theresa May must go now if the Conservative Party is to survive

What is Jeremy Corbyn’s single most idiotic statement? ...

The Telegraph

10.05.2019

How capitalism will save endangered species

Not long ago, a new variety of orchid was discovered at the Newmarket racecourse in Suffolk, England....

The Washington Examiner

06.05.2019

Snobbery is holding our children back in the race for the next great invention

Whatever we’re paying welders, I thought, as I repeatedly failed to carry out the simplest bit of soldering, it’s not enough...

The Telegraph


06.05.2019

The Tories have only days left to boot out Theresa May - and save the party from obliteration

The problem is Theresa May. Not her policies. Not her Withdrawal Agreement....

The Telegraph

03.05.2019

The anti-Semitic roots of Jeremy Corbyn’s rage

Here’s a snippet of U.K. news you might have missed. ...

The Washington Examiner

01.05.2019

May must stand down as Party leader before the European elections

Brace yourselves. We are in for what the Americans call a shellacking. ...

Conservative Home


29.04.2019

Why protectionism fails

Last year, a Michigan-based washing machine maker called Whirlpool complained that it was being undercut by Chinese imports....

The Washington Examiner

28.04.2019

Mrs May’s Huawei debacle is the latest result of her chronic inability to communicate

There was something horribly on-brand about the way Theresa May let her decision on Huawei dribble out....

The Telegraph

27.04.2019

What the dickens is Emma Thompson talking about?

What does the word “Dickensian” bring to your mind?...

The Telegraph


21.04.2019

Whether we believe or not, modern society is defined by the story of Easter

Hanging on the wall in front of me as I write is an ornate Inca knife known as a tumi....

The Telegraph

17.04.2019

Brexit. Vote Conservative in the European elections to help us deliver it – and finish the job.

The latest two opinion polls show the Conservatives at 16 and 15 per cent in advance of the European elections...

Conservative Home


13.04.2019

Why I’m standing in the Euro elections that no one wanted – and urge you to vote Tory

The Conservatives are the only party that can deliver Brexit, but if things go badly for them, they may not get the chance...

The Telegraph

08.04.2019

The UK’s ‘Remainers’ will tear down democracy and all its rules to get their way

“The United Kingdom,” the New York Times proclaims with its customary tone of Olympian certainty, “has gone mad.”...

The Washington Examiner

06.04.2019

You cannot cancel Brexit forever, however hard Remainer MPs might try

It’s the dishonesty that makes me so bloody angry....

The Telegraph


03.04.2019

We are shuffling towards a deal that is worse either than remaining or leaving

Theresa May’s call for national unity will go unanswered. ...

Conservative Home

02.04.2019

The West is betraying Nigeria

In 2015, for the first time in 55 years, Nigerians changed their rulers through a democratic election....

The Washington Examiner

22.03.2019

How do terrorists want us to react?

A terrorist is like a mouse confronting an elephant....

The Washington Examiner

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