Despite laws, protocols and international conventions, the number of people being trafficked into servitude is growing
It’s fashionable to say the US is in terminal decline. Don’t bet on it – still less wish for it
Being a victim of a “speciality offence” only reaffirmed my views about police PR
Robert Redeker has lived in hiding in France for two years. His offence? To have criticised the Prophet Muhammad
‘Our statesmen and officials not only listen but actually pay money to people who threaten them’
Cameron’s former speechwriter quit politics to devote himself to Only Connect, a theatre group for ex-prisoners.
Standpoint‘s Mole in Moscow compares life for the intelligentsia under Putin with the Soviet era
A city in the grip of rumour and recrimination—an eye-witness account of the jihadi attacks and their aftermath
If ‘localism’ is to succeed, more power should be given to the people, not local government
After widespread protest, a Japanese High Court ruled that their similar scheme could not legally be enforced. Will people in the UK just roll over and allow the government to know all about them?