The Project 28 poll is yet another reminder of the big issues the EU is failing to tackle, says Douglas Murray
Terrorists are very clear about what they want – we just aren’t listening
By smearing all its opponents as fascists, the left blurs the line between democracy and racism
He’s wrong about Hitler and Zionism, but at least he refuses to play the cynical apology game
Before you laugh at Paul Nuttall, consider your own mental myth-making
Every week, there are more massacres of Nigeria’s Christians – so why is nobody interested?
Wilders’s voters are not attacking liberalism: they’re defending it
For 18 months, Donald Trump was amazingly useful to British politicians. Whatever their party, he provided them with the most…
I have never met Donald Trump, but I knew his parents. A fact that makes me feel about 100 years…
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…