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Beware of Greeks Playing Games
Have Syriza's negotiations failed as spectacularly as many claim?
A British Bill Of Rights
Geoffrey Robertson drafts a Statute of Liberty
War on Terror
Underrated: Hugh Gaitskell
The Eurosceptic Labour leader who died young but deserved to be Prime Minister
Having One’s Cake and Eating It
The Greeks do not — indeed cannot — pay their debts and yet they do not want to leave the euro. Something has got to give
Belonging with Britain
‘Maybe the British stance is not born out of an insular stubbornness-it may, on the contrary, re-invigorate the European idea itself'
On Europe, Nothing Less than Treaty Change will do
David Cameron says he ‘gets the message' of the EU elections. But only a fundamental renegotiation will restore trust in the PM
What is the EU’s True Cost?
The must be clearer information on the cost of Britain's EU membership
Letting The Right Ones In
'How hospitable will Germans be now that travel restrictions on Romanians and Bulgarians have been lifted?'
A Gross Violation
Last month the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe declared that male circumcision is a “violation of the physical integrity of children”. This is clear anti-religious prejudice
Crying Wolf And Playing Chicken
David Runciman’s history of democracy occasionally succumbs to a Tocquevillian penchant for paradox, but his argument is brilliantly and convincingly delivered
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"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above