‘Do people know what Boris Johnson believes in? He slips and slides, whether on Islam or immigration’

Political elites have yet to grasp that voters will soon demand protection from the harsh impact of the Second Machine Age

‘Maybe the British stance is not born out of an insular stubbornness-it may, on the contrary, re-invigorate the European idea itself’

David Cameron says he ‘gets the message’ of the EU elections. But only a fundamental renegotiation will restore trust in the PM

The Prime Minister can handle the pressure of a crisis. But he has found it more difficult to set out a Conservative vision for Britain

The Prime Minister has deployed his Anglican faith to win back traditional voters who have deserted his party. It won’t work

Contemporary liberalism has disdained the loyalties that work as society’s glue. Its failure has allowed populism to dominate politics

Its time for the metropolitan elites to broaden their horizons

Does Rupert Murdoch know about his paper’s vendetta against the UKIP leader?

‘I have always held that everything to do with “interfaith dialogue” should be regarded with intense suspicion’