The murder of Lee Rigby is an atrocity which demands a response. No one else should have to suffer his fate
Today is the 10th anniversary of the Stop the War protest in London, against the Iraq War. 10 years on, those who marched should not be quite so sure of themselves
A British deterrent has served us well for sixty years, and can serve us well for another sixty
If the UK is to continue to do nuclear deterrence, it should do it properly. For something as important as our nuclear defences, cut-price half-measures are not good enough
It seems that even the Government is now beginning to accept the need to review the SDSR. Unfortunately, the fiasco over the Joint Strike Fighter does not inspire confidence
Ahmadinejad's infamous "wiped off the map" statement is claimed by some to be an inaccurate translation. Whether it was or not, Ahmadinejad and the Islamic Republic are banged to rights
Swiftly following Argentina's sabre-rattling over the Falklands, Spain is now staking a claim to Gibraltar. Fortunately, as with the Falklands, it's another non-starter
Argentina may be a democracy, but it is behaving like a country with a twisted sense of humour when it comes to its own record over the Falkland Islands, whose security cannot be left to trust
Western leaders would do well to completely ignore the Guardian's advice. Simply accepting Iranian nuclear weapons is the one option which we should take off the table
It has been argued that the Nuttall motion could split the Eurosceptic public, but the Eustice amendment will split Eurosceptic MPs before the public have any chance to be consulted.
At the end of the decade, it needs to be said: Bush and Blair did the right thing, and we are in a better position now than we would otherwise have been.
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