Michael Pinto-Duschinsky

Michael Pinto-Duschinsky

Despite Disraeli’s dictum, a coterie of dons and mandarins aims to end the two-party system and keep the Lib Dems in power

‘Despite Reagan’s “crusade” to “foster the infrastructure of democracy”, there are more elections but they decide less and less’

Keith Lowe’s attempt to blur the moral distinctions between Nazis and Jews makes Savage Continent as distasteful as it is misleading

The inside story of how Nick Clegg and his allies ruthlessly organise their opposition to repatriating powers to the UK

Party-funding and constitutional reform reveal the Whitehall machine playing into the hands—and coffers—of the Lib Dems

The debate over whether Oxford university’s Hanseatic scholarships were paid for by Nazi profiteering continues. Two eminent academics put forward their cases

Despite my revelations in Standpoint about the sinister motives of the Hamburg tycoon and Oxford benefactor Alfred Toepfer, the “greywashing” of the crimes of Nazi Germany continues

A constitutional revolution is under way, driven by an unelected cabal led by the Cabinet Secretary, Sir Gus O’Donnell

Next year’s referendum on the Alternative Vote offers no real alternative to First Past the Post

Alfred Toepfer posed as a peacemaker in postwar Europe and lavished awards on British artists. Unknown to them, he played a key role in the Third Reich and helped war criminals flee justice