Recent articles by Neil Clark

Let's hear it for Ed Miliband (and not just because it's Christmas)

Point of View Wed 21 Dec, AT 07:15

Ed has become the equivalent of Stoke City – we're told they have no style but they keep winning

Europe needs an FDR to break the mould and bring prosperity

Point of View Wed 14 Dec, AT 07:50

Under Sarkozy and Merkel, all Europe can look forward to is years of unemployment and falling living standards

Why private sector workers should support the strike

Point of View Tue 29 Nov, AT 07:34

Pension cuts are all a ploy to reduce costs so that more public services can be privatised

Seven alternatives to the EU (in case it all gets too much)

Point of View Wed 16 Nov, AT 07:57

As German leaders issue heavy-handed threats, here's a timely survey of Britain’s options

Syria President Bashar al-Assad

Russia and China deserve praise for Syria veto

Point of View Thu 6 Oct, AT 09:25

Anyone who wishes for a peaceful world should welcome this double veto against UN sanctions

British train

Bring back British Rail - a surefire vote winner

Point of View Thu 18 Aug, AT 08:36

Labour should pledge to re-nationalise railways and put UK on a par with other Europeans

Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair

Riots: Left and Right both to blame for 'sick' society

Column Thu 11 Aug, AT 09:36

Entire urban communities have been sacrificed in the blind rush to 'liberate the people'

Rupert Murdoch

2011: the year we took on the unaccountable elites

Column Mon 25 Jul, AT 10:28

The people are fighting back - even Charles Moore wonders if ‘the Left may actually be right’

Rupert Murdoch

Oh, what a lovely war! Murdoch’s other legacy

Column Fri 15 Jul, AT 08:36

Murdoch’s UK papers have cheered the Iraq war and argued strongly for attacking Iran

Ed Miliband

Ed Miliband should fight to take Britain out of the EU

Column Wed 29 Jun, AT 08:14

Committing to a referendum on EU membership would be smart politics - and progressive

Amina Abdalla Arraf

A Gay Girl in Damascus: not the first abuse hoax

Column Fri 10 Jun, AT 10:11

The case that fooled human rights activists worldwide - not for the first time

Sepp Blatter Fifa

Fifa fiasco: a breakaway is no longer unthinkable

Column Fri 3 Jun, AT 08:45

It's not just the gravy train culture at Fifa that's objectionable. It's the bad decisions for football

Barcelona protests

What UK’s young jobless can learn from Barcelona

Column Mon 30 May, AT 10:06

Spain’s street protests will be pertinent here as unemployed under-25s approach 1m

Poverty

UK’s huge wealth gap can and should be corrected

Column Tue 17 May, AT 10:51

Both the Tories and the Lib Dems need to rediscover their roots in equality politics

The 2010 Grand National

Intelligent punter’s guide to the Grand National

Column Fri 8 Apr, AT 09:29

We can’t promise you a winner, but Neil Clark’s tips might prevent you from backing a loser

Wayne Rooney

Alex Ferguson and Wayne Rooney: two peas in a pod

Column Mon 4 Apr, AT 10:59

Swearing saga proves again that Rooney is only as aggressive and petulant as his manager

Mirco Demuro wins on Victoire Pisa

Japan strikes back – at the world’s richest horse race

Column Mon 28 Mar, AT 09:25

Japanese one-two makes for an emotional Dubai World Cup – but no one should be surprised

Police

What happens if police join the protesters?

Column Wed 23 Mar, AT 07:38

Neil Clark: David Cameron is taking a huge gamble by alienating the police

David Cameron

If Cameron really cares, he will act on unemployment

Column Thu 17 Mar, AT 07:33

Neil Clark: Will Dave prove to be the son of Thatcher or the heir to Macmillan? Jobless crisis is the test

stoke win

FA Cup: Stoke v Bolton and a Manchester derby

Column Mon 14 Mar, AT 08:51

West Ham and Reading both go down fighting in Sunday’s quarter-finals

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