Douglas Murray

‘In the struggle against terrorism, is our foreign policy an aggravating factor? Yes, in that anything we do aggravates them’

‘I have finished yet another round of talks at universities. I am both impressed and disheartened’

‘Airing the truth is not the same as concocting a lie; but neither must be made impossible’

‘Britain and America may soon be governed by eloquent speakers whose attitude to foreign affairs is self-aggrandising posturing’

‘The past 11 years have shown that security isn't an issue that divides along party lines’

‘?“Islamophobia” is a nonsense term. There are reasons to be fearful of some aspects and versions of Islam’

‘I’m not sure what David Cameron intends to do for me when he offers to support people if they split up with their partners’

‘Some artists have finally had the courage to admit that they are scared. But we need them to do better than that. We need people with a voice to show that they aren’t scared’

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
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