Europe’s Long Road to the Mosque

Increasing numbers of Muslims on the continent are only part of the story. The real problem is not immigration but integration

Coming to America

'Should we treat assimilation not as a taboo subject but as an opportunity?'

Should Baby Boomers Feel the Pinch?

The Shadow Universities and Skills Secretary David Willetts discusses the legacy of the post-war generation with the senior Labour MP Frank Field and Daniel Johnson, the Editor of Standpoint

In League With the Extreme Right?

The leaders of a new anti-Islamist group insist they aren't racist or BNP members

The New Strategy

‘The challenge of violent extremism will be with us for years, but I am optimistic we will overcome it’

Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Saturday Reading School gives literacy classes to children from the local Mozart Estate

In Rude Health

Political power and its abuses are the central concerns of three fine new productions: England People Very nice, Burnt by the Sun and King Lear

Clint Takes us for a Ride

Eastwood's Gran Torino ticks all the boxes of a stereotypical immigration-is-good film

Refugee in his Own Country

Robert Redeker has lived in hiding in France for two years. His offence? To have criticised the Prophet Muhammad

Underrated: Abroad

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"