The man, dressed in full urban-guerrilla black attire, complete with knapsack, helmet, goggles, gloves and hammer, but wearing the iconic yellow fluorescent vest as well, systematically smashed shop windows, destroyed items stolen from shops and public offices, and set cars alight, including three empty police and army vehicles.
“The unthinkable is happening. The thrice-married, terrorist-sympathising, absolver of anti-Semites, 500-time voter against his own party, refusenik of anthem and servicemen tributes, utterly unproven Jeremy Corbyn will become our next Prime Minister”
In an essay from the forthcoming book Climate Change: The Facts 2017 (Institute for Public Affairs), Clive James denounces climate alarmists
The Gagosian’s retrospective of Michael Andrews is a rare opportunity to enjoy a subtle and surprising artist
Every forecasting site predicted Hillary Clinton would be President. Their error exposes the complacence of the Left
A rival to the NUS, the Young British Heritage Society, has formed to fight Leftist dogma on campuses. It might even make being a young conservative cool
Both Donald Trump and Jeremy Corbyn are hostile to the establishment and oppose centrist politics — but the similarities between these apparent opposites go much deeper than that
Curt Schilling was suspended over a tweet which compared the percentage of extremist Muslims to that of fervent Nazis — but research shows that to change the mainstream, only a small minority need be committed to an idea.
Jeremy Corbyn shows baffling indulgence towards Hamaz and Hezbollah, paralleling the Conservative hard-right Monday Club’s 1980s support of apartheid
“What should one make intellectually of the emotional contemplation of life on the Western Front? What is there to learn?”