Westminster

Fighting our National Malaise

‘The British body politic, once so widely imitated throughout the world, now resembles an empty husk

The Unnecessary Recession

A flawed economic doctrine led Gordon Brown and Alistair Darling to plunge Britain into its worst postwar crisis

From One Oxymoron to Another

The think-tank Demos has switched from New Labour to ‘Progressive Conservatism’. Philip Blond has journeyed from ‘Radical Orthodoxy’ to ‘Red Toryism’. Now the two have joined forces and both Right and Left have been taken in

A Fire in a Crowded Theatre

‘More of a fire fighter than a fire starter, Geert Wilders has been caught in the nightmare of a British establishment that can't tell the difference’

Truth, Freedom and Fear

‘The decision to ban Wilders was the desperate diktat of ministers who have lost sight of the distinction between arbitrary government and the rule of law’

A Chamber that Works

Standpoint's Mole in the House of Lords says the institution is both effective and efficient

ONLINE ONLY: An Untidy Bill

Buried in the Coroners and Justice Bill, about to be rammed through Parliament, are a variety of potentially disastrous changes to the law

Tim Montgomerie

The Tories should listen to the visionary behind ConservativeHome.com

Steve Hilton

David Cameron's closest adviser has become a liability rather than an asset

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
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