Robin Harris

Robin Harris

In Croatia, the catch-all word ‘antifascism’ is back in vogue to defend the indefensible: the appalling record of Communist rule in Yugoslavia

Jailed by the Communists, Croatia’s former primate Alojzije Stepinac still awaits sainthood

The new Labour leader’s far-left politics mean the Conservatives no longer need to play Blairite games. The modernisers’ days are over

The archduke’s assassination was the opening scene of a drama that has not ended. Gavrilo Princip put a bullet through Europe’s heart

The Prime Minister has deployed his Anglican faith to win back traditional voters who have deserted his party. It won’t work

Allowing direct access to pension pots is irresponsible

Why, with UK growth picking up faster than anyone predicted, isn’t Labour collapsing in the polls? Why does Labour win approval for policies that are clearly incompatible with running a successful free market economy? And what should the Conservatives do about it? The Chancellor, as he prepares his Budget, would be well advised to reflect on more than the Treasury forecast or ephemeral party polling data as he seeks an answer.

The former Prime Minister’s recent attack on his own party was nothing more than an elder statesman’s pre-emptive strike

Assisting the Free Syria Army to overthrow Assad by force will only lead to further religious persecution, torture and death

Cameron has failed to detoxify the party and Conservatives are panicking before the reckoning that awaits them in 2015