What do we think of children?
The CAP doesn’t fit, so we won’t wear it — a family row clears the air
Why Mr Duncan refuses to drop his knickers
I went to prison last week to see a man about an arson
Today's continental papers mirror the British press of 1975
His hopes on the shelf, the PM discovers the dangers of making history poverty
I wish I could share the widespread joy at the great European ‘No
It’s an overdue jolt for Europe’s tram on the line to ever-closer union
Michael Howard may be a vampire, but it is Mr Clarke who will not lie down and die
Why not let the MPs choose their man, then give ordinary Tories the right of veto?
Allez France, votez Non, votez souvent, and, of course, stem Nee, stem vaak
What did Lord Cardigan and D.H. Lawrence have in common?
A hedge fund on your balance sheet, a cuckoo in your nest
The next election campaign starts now
The election has brought out the tension between Scotland and England
The gentleness and courage of my friend Peter Campbell
Any European country with a large Muslim population faces serious unrest at present
Another week of this, and I think I would have ended up voting Labour
All eyes on the Bank’s weather-vane — this one could go to a recount
Fascism is a bigger part of this election than most people realise
An election won on the economy — or is it ‘vote now, pay later’?
Why beeches are better than other trees in the woods
Where the Darwinian fundamentalists are leading us
There’s plenty of room beside Rover in the Happier Hunting Ground
I sometimes wonder if the British media know anything at all about the Catholic Church