Patrick Heren

Patrick Heren

The memoirs of Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor

British policy is not rooted in economic reality but dictated by the Green Blob. It is time to break a consensus that is costing us dear  

As a Christian, I was deeply moved by a visit to the Holy Land

It will be another decade before the Continent can substitute the product of American fracking for Russian energy piped via Ukraine

Ian Buruma’s Year Zero deftly tells the story of 1945: the year the modern world began

The PM can’t cut subsidies on renewables without splitting the Coalition. But how else can he trump Miliband’s price freeze?

Visiting the Normandy invasion beaches, I realised the importance
of the campaign in which my cousin was killed fighting for freedom

In 1945, Bernard Hailstone painted my father, the journalist Louis Heren, in the Burmese jungle. This is the story of their long friendship

‘Would Robert Burns have supported independence for Scotland? His politics are hard to pin down’

Blinded by climate change dogma, the government seems determined to play down the Lancashire shale gas bonanza