Michael Pinto-Duschinsky

Michael Pinto-Duschinsky

The town immortalised by Roman Vishniac’s images where I was an infant was, for many, prosperous and contented before the Shoah

‘Although Jews like to say that they are exceptionally argumentative, their internal bickering is little different from many other narrow communities’ 

The Conservatives face dwindling membership and are failing to match Labour’s fundraising. Even worse, they may be losing the battle of ideas

The forthcoming election will have far-reaching repercussions for the UK

The story of the only child suicide of the Holocaust

Heavy government spending and foreign intervention on behalf of the Remain camp have sparked suspicion that the law is being broken

Like me, the Nobel laureate Imre Kertész was in Budapest when the Nazis came for the Jews. Now it is too late to ask him about that time

Whether over opt-outs, expansion or sovereignty, British prime ministers have consistently been outmanoeuvred by Brussels

Victims of the Nazis and their heirs who seek return of their property or compensation are fobbed off by obstructive courts and corporations

Our political system is being weakened by inaccurate voting registers, ‘shared’ sovereignty and unaccountable international organisations