Ruth Dudley Edwards

Ruth Dudley Edwards

Lapsed Catholics, guardian angels and good sex: Wendy Perriam’s new book of short stories are passionately moving

Cowardly Irish folk band Dervish bows to leftist pressure not to play in Israel; now the Jewish state views Ireland as the most hostile member of the EU

Lionel Shriver’s new novel brilliantly describes the problems of on-the-spot reportage, a journalistic difficulty negotiated deftly in two recent books about The Troubles

The “independent inquiry” into the radicalisation of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab at UCL was a pathetic embarrassment

‘What Machiavellian moves lie behind the removal of three hard-working and much-loved clerics from the Birmingham Oratory just before the Pope’s visit?’

An update on a controversial article — appearing on the site this Thursday — which sheds light on the shocking treatment of two priests prior to the Papal visit

Just weeks ahead of Benedict XVI’s visit, the Birmingham Oratory is guilty of profound institutional cruelty in its treatment of three banished former members

Officials in Dublin have failed to learn from Britain’s failures and the Muslim Brotherhood is now well-established in the republic