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Labour’s Losing Legacy
'New Labour's top brass doesn't live on council estates, but it might have the decency to check the impact its policies have had on the UK labour market'
The Last Taboo
‘Forty years after the 1971 Immigration Act, the numbers arriving are unprecedented. We need a breathing space’
Blame Game Shame
'The new populism thrives in Scandinavia, where immigration has been sudden and driven by liberal elites advertising their humanitarian credentials'
'What’s wrong with murderers is that they murder; not that they hold the wrong views'
On the Contrary
‘The Anglo-Chinese are model citizens who appreciate the benefits of life in this country and strongly identify with it’
Mole Special: A Stranger in My Own Land
Life in Birmingham as a vicar’s wife opened our Mole’s eyes to what has become of Britain’s second city
Will Germany be a Divided Nation Again?
The Turkish-born German sociologist and critic of Islamism Necla Kelek and the classical liberal economist Karen Horn discuss the failure of integration with the Editor of
, Daniel Johnson, in Berlin
Necla Kelek and Karen Horn
The Frau is for Turning
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel at first dismissed, then embraced Thilo Sarrazin’s attack on multiculturalism
Abolish the Author
The reaction to Thilo Sarrazin's courageous book shows that Germany is indeed abolishing itself
On Yer Bike!
‘The US has been hoist on the petard of its own propaganda, its own vanity about itself being a “nation of immigrants”’
On the Contrary
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