No one mention the lockdowns!

We rage at the politicians who carried out precisely what we demanded ...

The Telegraph


Don’t worry about AI

All new technologies are decried as job-destroyers, but it is never true...

The Washington Examiner


Vote Conservative!

Those who claim that the main parties are all the same are in for one hell of a shock...

Daily Mail


“Stop the landslide!”

The Tories are headed for their worst result ever...

Conservative Home


Is Nigel Farage our Donald Trump?

Followers are expected constantly to readjust their opinions to suit their leader, while pouring invective at everyone else...

The Washington Examiner


One party rule, here we come

Never before will we have had so lopsided a House of Commons...

The Telegraph


The self-harming election

Voters cannot punish the Tories without, in the process, punishing Britain...

Daily Mail


Lockdown omertà

Half the world is voting right now, but no country is talking about the single biggest issue...

The Washington Examiner


Europe is in revolt

The issue of immigration will define future elections...

Daily Mail


Creepy Keir Starmer

In saying that he would let a loved one suffer rather than use private medicine, the Labour leader has revealed how he thinks...

The Telegraph


What killed the Tories?

Nigel Farage, more than any other campaigner, grasps how screen addiction has changed our politics...

Conservative Home


Europhile cognitive dissidence

Wait, the EU is swinging to the hard Right and Britain is turning Left? How does the New York Times explain this to its readers?...

Daily Mail


We know we’ll regret it, but we’ll still put Labour in

The things that are upsetting us - high immigration, wasted taxes, unresponsive public services - will all get worse...

The Telegraph


Trump will end up joining Pacific trade pact

CPTPP is the most effective way to contain China's ambitions...

The Washington Examiner


If you can keep it

The American republic is collapsing before our eyes...

The Telegraph


The cynicism of D-Day

We moved in one generation from "The Longest Day" to "Saving Private Ryan"...

The Washington Examiner


A court with a mission is a menace, a supreme court with a mission is a tyranny

When international judges issue arrest warrants for elected PMs, we have crossed a line...

Daily Mail


Can the Conservatives hold together?

The end of the Cold War means that the old Tory/Whig alloy is separating into its two constituent elements...

Conservative Home


Britain is a liberal outlier in fortress Europe

Neither side would have predicted it in 2016, but the UK is unique in not voting for the authoritarian Right...

The Telegraph


The woker, the worse

Public sector productivity has collapsed as identity politics has grown...

Daily Mail


When did the world start going backwards?

Was it the financial crisis, mass immigration, screen addiction or something else?...

The Washington Examiner


What if the students waved St George’s Crosses instead of PLO flags?

We have come, tragically, to take the uneven application of the rules for granted...

The Telegraph


When the fall is all there is, it matters

If Rishi Sunak must go down, it will be on his own terms, as a patriot who did his best...

The Washington Examiner


After this, the UN has no place in Gaza

Whoever takes over the territory, there needs to be a policy of re-education, and that cannot happen through UNRWA...

The Washington Examiner


The next Tory leader will be sound

Tory leaders always are - in Opposition...

Conservative Home


Welcome to tribal Britain

The rise of sectarian voting signals the end of a liberal society...

Daily Mail


Ireland should join the Rwanda scheme

But it won't, because its leaders will always co-operate with the EU rather than Britain, whatever the cost...

The Telegraph


The revolution will be catered

Campus radicalism is nothing new, but this self-absorbed whining can only have come from the smartphone generation...

The Washington Examiner


The WHO takeover

If the global health technocrats get their way, no future Sweden will challenge the authoritarian consensus...

Daily Mail


Rwanda is an ideal destination

30 years after the worst genocide of the late 20th century, the country is booming...

The Washington Examiner


The SNP is in freefall

But Scottish separatism is not dependent on the fortunes of the separatist party...

The Telegraph


The Tories are now blamed for Labour’s policies

Labour's determined resistance to the Rwanda scheme comes across to most voters as Tory dithering...

Conservative Home


Revenge is by definition pointless

It cannot right whatever wrong you have suffered, though it seems to be hardwired into our genome...

The Washington Examiner


Who could object to Reform?

When it comes to their aspirations, no one. When it comes to implementing them, on the other hand...

The Telegraph


Don’t ban TikTok

It's a dreadful app, and the Chinese government is even more dreadful, but bans are never the answer...

The Washington Examiner


Time to quit the ECHR

In imposing climate change policy on Switzerland, the Strasbourg Court has taken judicial activism to a new level...

The Telegraph


Forever frenemies

Despite everything, Britain and France have been on the same side for the better part of two centuries...

Conservative Home


If any country is owed compensation, it is Britain

The industrial revolution, the extirpation of slavery, the defeat of Nazism. Do these things count for nothing?...

Daily Mail


Don’t change your rules at the demand of people who hate you

Free association is the basis of a free society - and that includes the Garrick Club...

The Washington Examiner


No, the parties are not all as bad as each other

For 14 years, we have examined the Conservatives' every flaw and blemish, but barely looked at Labour...

The Telegraph


Everything has gone wrong for the Tories since they toppled Boris

Every time MPs switch leaders without an election, voters feel taken for granted...

The Telegraph


The Republicans’ bad conscience

Mike Pence stands for the principles and ethics that all Republicans used to extol. No wonder they hate him...

The Washington Examiner


Sorry, WASPI ladies, we’re out of cash

There are also moral arguments against the WASPI campaign, but they are beside the point when there is no money left...

The Telegraph


If the Rwanda scheme is blocked, we surrender to woke lawyers

Parliament could not have made its will clearer and, in our constitutional system, that is enough...

Daily Mail


The single biggest shift in US politics

Non-white voters are deserting the Dems in droves...

The Washington Examiner


Since lockdown, 500,000 people have been declared mentally unfit to work

What lies behind the numbers? Long Lockdown, benefit fraud, or something else?...

The Telegraph


Why is Britain holding out against Europe’s populist tide?

Portugal has joined the swing from old Left to insurgent Right. What makes Britain different?...

Conservative Home


Run, Nikki, run!

Never has the US been readier for a third-party candidate...

The Washington Examiner


The Church of England adopts a new Trinity - Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Its anti-historical posturing over slavery marks the birth of a new syncretic religion, intolerant and proselytising ...

The Telegraph


The ugly tradition of Leftist anti-Semitism

What we are seeing now is not new, but part of a tradition stretching back to Karl Marx...

The Washington Examiner


Islam is not Islamism

One is a religion founded by Mohammed in 610, the other a political movement founded by Hassan al-Banna in 1928...

Conservative Home


A bolder budget than you might think

At a time when more than five million working-age adults are on benefits, cutting National Insurance makes work pay...

Daily Mail


We need a British Milei

Sadly, things will have to get worse before we realise it...

The Telegraph


Multiculturalism or democracy - pick one

For Parliament to alter its procedures under threat of violence was a new low...

The Washington Examiner


Jobs are a cost, not a benefit

It is bizarre to romanticise the miners strike, as though keeping men in that brutalising work were an end in itself...

The Telegraph


More elderly leaders, please!

Spare us from young thrusters with high testosterone and things to prove...

The Washington Examiner


Russia is an organised crime gang with a state attached

Putin will carry on dealing death at home and abroad until he is stopped...

The Telegraph


Everyone hates the Conservatives

The country is in a Left-wing mood, and nothing short of a full economic crisis will shift it...

Conservative Home


The Kremlin is right to sanction me

As long as Russia remains an imperial, Eurasian state, it will be a threat to liberty...

Daily Mail


And after Trump?

Despite everything, there are encouraging signs that the Republicans still believe in free enterprise...

The Washington Examiner


How Labour will bankrupt Britain

You think Starmer is dull, sensible and moderately Blairite? Think again...

The Telegraph


Much ado about rutting

Judi Dench's libidinous take on Shakespeare, reviewed for the Oldie magazine...



Is “settler colonialism” really a white thing?

West Papua, Iraqi Kurdistan, Western Sahara, Matabeleland, Chittagong Hills, Xinjiang - no whites involved...

The Washington Examiner


Get ready for World War Three

Si vis pacem, para bellum...

The Telegraph


OK, but what’s your alternative?

It is easy to list the defects of the Rwanda scheme, but critics never say what they would do instead...

Conservative Home


Diversity training does more harm than good

When using an inappropriate word is treated as blasphemy rather than discourtesy, something has gone badly wrong...

The Washington Examiner


We’re turning down trade deals for fear of upsetting the EU

There is no other explanation for our failure to agree an FTA with Morocco...

The Telegraph


Labour edges back to Brussels

It is now very clear that Keir Starmer wants to join the customs union, giving the EU 90 per cent of what it wants...

Daily Mail


Americans are letting us down

What would Trump have to do to put off his supporters? Run for a third term? Dissolve Congress? Expel a state from the Union?...

The Washington Examiner


Davos defeated

Javier Milei told our lizardman overlords a few home truths...

The Telegraph


Biffing pirates and slavers is what Brits do

Not for the first time, the Royal Navy is acting on behalf of humanity - and getting little thanks for it...

Conservative Home


Every Conservative should back the Rwanda plan

No PM has been tougher on immigration, so why won't Right-wingers trust Rishi Sunak?...

Daily Mail


The more we vote, the less we change

More people will cast ballots in 2024 than in any previous year, yet democracy is in retreat worldwide...

The Washington Examiner


Time to legalise cocaine

Ecuador is the latest country driven to the point of collapse by our war on drugs...

The Telegraph


Is the woke madness finally lifting?

Claudine Gay is right that she is a pawn in a bigger culture war - though perhaps not in the way she thinks...

The Washington Examiner


The NHS is a global laughing stock

Doctors threaten to emigrate, but never mention what makes other countries' healthcare systems more attractive...

The Telegraph


Mark Littlewood belongs in the House of Lords

We can't have committees of grandees blocking people of whom they happen to disapprove on ideological grounds...

Conservative Home


The euro has been underperforming for 25 years

Back then, British politicians kept telling us that keeping the pound would be ruinous...

Daily Mail


Is the Atlantic alliance on its last legs?

Donald Trump may be an Anglophile, but he has never cared for the values that Nato exists to defend...

The Washington Examiner


The man who pushed me into politics

British Euroscepticism had been moribund since 1975 - until Jacques Delors...

The Telegraph


With friends like these who needs Yemenis?

The Houthis are a nasty bunch but, like the Taliban, will not be easily eradicated...

The Washington Examiner


We are heading for another Labour budget crisis

The money always runs out under Labour governments ...

The Telegraph


Remember why we are backing Ukraine

If Putin wins, liberal democracy will suffer a massive global setback...

Conservative Home


Where’s the Tea Party when you need it?

Just as after the American Revolution itself, tea partiers have melted away even as government has grown...

The Washington Examiner


Wind up this ignorant, smug Covid Inquiry

If the Lead Counsel doesn't know what QALY means, he has no business asking questions...

The Telegraph


Illegal immigration will soar under Starmer

Almost alone in Europe, the Labour leader continues to back Leftie judges on the issue...

Daily Mail


Yes we should trade with China

Tariffs have hurt America more than China, and strengthened the grip of the CPC...

The Washington Examiner


What if Russia wins?

If Ukraine loses territory, the entire Western order will suffer an unprecedented loss...

The Telegraph


The West faces a collective Suez moment

Once again, a dictator has found that attacking the old colonial powers guarantees global popularity...

Conservative Home


In New Zealand, the system works

Why can't other countries learn from the sensible, measured Kiwis when it comes to politics?...

The Washington Examiner


Gaza is jammed into our culture war

Tell me where you stand on trans and BLM and I'll tell you, with 80 per cent accuracy, whether you favour Israel or Palestine...

The Washington Examiner


The Peronist deep state is mobilising against Javier Milei

Too many interests are at stake to let his free-market reforms succeed...

Conservative Home


When goods don’t cross borders, soldiers do

The sudden spate of wars around the world is connected to the decline of international trade...

The Washington Examiner


Brexit is working

Country by country, state by state, Britain is again becoming a leading commercial power...

Daily Mail


The Pax Americana is breaking apart

Authoritarianism, protectionism and conflict are all on the rise in consequence...

The Telegraph


What if no one wants peace?

If one side will settle for nothing less than the annihilation of the other, a settlement becomes impossible...

The Washington Examiner


Does the UN seriously think that Britain is the worst human rights violator?

You'd think it had bigger concerns than the level of universal credit in the UK...

Daily Mail


How like a god

It is exactly 400 years since the greatest act of literary salvage in history...

The Telegraph


Israel must be careful not to play the part of Vladimir Putin

Population transfers, energy boycotts, talk of nuclear strikes - these things are never acceptable...

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