How statecraft became a branch of reality television
Our politicians still cannot accept the reality of Islamic terrorism
There is a moment at the start of most authors’ careers when it is hard to get anything published, and…
President Erdogan has the EU’s leaders exactly where he wants them
Pen a foul verse in honour of the Turkish leader and be in the running for a £1,000 poetry prize!
It’s bad enough here, but Europe’s migrant folly is suicidal
Did my taunt drive Abu Rumaysah to become the new ‘Jihadi John’?
...and the struggle facing Europe
When Hugh and Mirabel Cecil’s book In Search of Rex Whistler was published in 2012, the late Brian Sewell reviewed…
Europhiles have warned us for years of the dangers of Britain leaving the EU. But all the while a different…
Every conservative hack has a horror story about appearing on television. This issue: Douglas Murray
The left is always eager to be told that capitalism’s final crisis is upon us – and it is always disappointed
The British have always been in love with Florence. First visits cannot disappoint. One friend recalls being herded around as…
Don’t drink, don’t smoke, keep fit, die young
Assassinate its leadership, destroy its sense of destiny
Encounters with those who have risked their lives to cross the Mediterranean
Scooter Libby’s conviction looks ever shakier – and a sign of the deep problem with America’s special prosecutors
Roger Scruton on why we’re losing the battle for western civilisation
A survivor of the Copenhagen attack speaks: ‘If we should stop drawing cartoons, should we also stop having synagogues?’
An interview with Helle Brix, who was at the meeting in Copenhagen on Saturday when the shooting happened
Despite what our leaders tell us, Islamic extremism is all about Islam
Why are we abandoning Christians to Isis?
It is the easiest thing in the world to say who should come to Britain and why. But if there…
Former chief rabbi Jonathan Sacks on the return of religion to public life and the civil war that Islam needs