The New Waterloo Dispatch was a fitting commemoration of an important day not just for Britain but for all of Europe
Have Syriza’s negotiations failed as spectacularly as many claim?
There are shifty excuses being made for the Chareston shooting
A new thriller set in late-Stalinist Soviet Union has alarmed Russian authorities
‘Turning down Andrew Neil at eleven at night was probably a mistake because Esther Rantzen became my body double and lectured me resoundingly on what Britain has done for me’
The Greeks do not — indeed cannot — pay their debts and yet they do not want to leave the euro. Something has got to give
Britain must learn to deal with Islamist extremists in the same way Germany has learnt to deal with neo-Nazis
It is September 2016. The 1707 Act of Union lies rotting in the dustbin of history.
British Muslims extremists are joining ISIS. The UK must take responsibility — and action — before it’s too late
Despite the beauty of Southern Italy, a book studying the Camorra shows it is a place of contradictions