Not long now before the Olympics will be an aching, distant £12bn memory
The Prime Minister is expected to make the following comments at the Official Memorial Ceremony for the murdered Munich victims tonight
August 2nd 2012, The Commentator's 'We Need to Talk' podcast hosted by Raheem Kassam, joined by Douglas Murray and Christian May
As we hit the dog days of summer, ECB president Mario Draghi has announced more meetings to save the euro. But is this the future we want?
Our UK Political Editor, Harry Cole, comments on the reaction to critical voices toward the Olympic Opening Ceremony
The Arms Trade Treaty is a bad bargain that will give dictators and the like something of enduring value in return for nothing in particular
The IOC's history makes clear that the organisation cannot be expected to take a morally acceptable stance. So let's not be surprised that it won't hold a minute's silence for eleven murdered athletes
Britain's role in securing the Olympic Games this summer will be a testament to those who lost their lives on 7/7
As we look forward to another six or more years of Putin, Russia's spy services are in fierce competition. And it could be bad news for the UK
Some things are just too stupid for words. Wussification gone mad in Britain, says Cato Institute analyst Dan Mitchell.
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