If someone as smart as Dan Hannan is making noises about a possible pact then the Tories must be a little scared. Now that Clegg has killed boundary changes, the next General Election might be rather fun
Denying the Holocaust doesn't necessarily mean baldly saying it didn't happen. Denial can be accomplished by false parallel, and often is. Indeed, the whole shoddy business can be made to look quite "civilised"
While the West now recognizes the seriousness of the Islamist threat, its leaders still don't understand that the menace is not simply ISIS and the so-called Caliphate state, but is embodied in other Islamist groups. The most blatant is Hamas with its mission to kill all Jews and destroy Israel
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is right to get rid of his nutters. But all parties have them. The fact that UKIP's nut cases are attracting so much attention merely serves to underline how important the party has become
Hamas’s greatest strategic asset is that large segments of the press, political class, NGO community as well as the UN will effectively side with them. That makes the next war all the more likely, and encourages more Hamas-inspired carnage
The Juncker/Sikorski episode shows how little Britain’s voice counts in Europe, how alone its government is and how powerless it is to resist the creation of a form of technocratic absolutism which treats national parliaments and electorates with contempt
Leftists like Owen Jones at the Guardian falsely accuse supporters of Israel of always labelling their critics as anti-Semitic. They don't. But the bigotry against Israel is very real, and the Left can't see that because they're leading it
Oslo marked a quick and extreme conversion from old beliefs to a new faith in miraculously turning enemies into friends by giving land away. But Israel is never thanked for it, indeed it is hated more, in the MidEast and the West. Surely there's a lesson?