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Bishop Nazir-Ali: Abandoning Judaeo-Christian values has led to the abolition of the family and a moral collapse in business and public life

Nick Cohen: Crisis and scandal have confirmed voters’ suspicions about their rulers. We are witnessing a taxpayers’ revolt

Michela Wrong‘s exposé of corruption in Kenya was suppressed, then pirated, and finally rescued by an unlikely combination of saviours.

Labour’s “golden age” of the arts has turned into a bureaucratic nightmare of political correctness, waste and incompetence

The demise of the professions is having a profound impact, starting with the disappearance of integrity in public life

Blacklisted by Hollywood, my father Carl Foreman made a new life in Britain. But he never forsook the country of his birth, says Jonathan Foreman

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

An eye-witness of the massacre says its malign legacy persists 20 years on

As Jacob Zuma takes over as South Africa’s president, the ‘Beloved Country’ needs to break with idolatry

For our children’s sake, we should follow the Trappist monks and turn off everything, including ourselves, once in a while