Recent articles by Neil Clark

Hypocrite Nigel Farage rudest man in Europe

Column Thu 25 Feb, AT 10:13

Neil Clark: Brussels will be glad to see the back of Nigel Farage if he can beat Bercow in the general election

Afghanistan Moshtarak

Brussels train crash: it was bound to happen

Column Mon 15 Feb, AT 13:59

Belgian trains are frequent and hyper-efficient. But are there too many of them?

Yulia Tymoshenko Ukraine

Another election goes the wrong way for Uncle Sam

Column Mon 8 Feb, AT 07:21

Neil Clark: Just wait for the street protests as Ukraine’s presidential election upsets the West

Tony Blair Downing Street portrait

Tony Blair may be over, but Blairism thrives

Column Mon 1 Feb, AT 06:42

Neil Clark: Nauseated? Shocked? Sure, but he’s still Britain’s most charismatic politician

Gas

Gas shortage: who got us into this mess?

Column Tue 12 Jan, AT 06:36

Obsessed with the free market, Thatcher created the problem – and Labour hasn’t helped

Factory workers

Open up the factories and get Britain moving again

Column Wed 23 Dec, AT 07:27

Neil Clark: As the recession goes on, it's time we stopped banking on financial services

Tony Blair

War crime case against Tony Blair now rock-solid

Column Mon 14 Dec, AT 07:04

Neil Clark: A trial would be warmly welcomed by millions – so what happens next?

Thierry Henry

Thierry Henry is a cheat and should be punished

Column Thu 19 Nov, AT 10:03

Neil Clark: It’s time for video back-up: it will add to the drama of the game

Job centre; unemployment

It’s time that Britain abolished unemployment

Column Thu 12 Nov, AT 07:18

Neil Clark: The new jobless figures disguise the reality – 8m people are ‘inactive’ and could be helping rebuild society

Orang-Utan reads a newspaper

Media monkey business in the search for readers

Column Wed 28 Oct, AT 07:07

Neil Clark: Why editors are seeking to raise readers’ blood pressure

Statue of Lenin in the statue park in Budapest

Hungary and the great myth of 1989

Column Fri 16 Oct, AT 08:42

Many communist leaders did very nicely thank you out of the people’s revolution

Czech President Vaclav Klaus

Vaclav Klaus: the man who won’t budge on EU treaty

Column Wed 14 Oct, AT 18:14

Is the Czech president a narcissist, a hypocrite or just a man who knows his own mind?

Brilliant little Belgium

Column Mon 10 Aug, AT 17:50

It’s high time we stopped mocking Belgium, and learned from our more efficient, happier European neighbour

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Iran: our ally in the war against al-Qaeda and the Taliban

Column Mon 13 Jul, AT 18:59

Iran has always been an enemy of the Taliban in Afghanistan. Obama and Brown must throw off the influence of the neocons and enlist their help

Ecclestone Hitler

Bernie Ecclestone is the latest victim of the new McCarthyites

Column Tue 7 Jul, AT 16:34

Following in the footsteps of Glenn Hoddle and Bryan Ferry the Formula 1 boss has fallen foul of the PC brigade for his remarks about Hitler

David Cameron

A David Cameron government would be brimming with hawks

Column Mon 29 Jun, AT 18:53

The Conservative frontbench is full of self-proclaimed neocons

Burka veil

Sarkozy’s attack on the burka leaves French left reeling

Column Mon 22 Jun, AT 17:45

A proposed ban on the all-enveloping Islamic veil is another vote-winner for Nicolas Sarkozy. How can a divided left tackle the issue?

People

Why the working class dumped Labour and voted BNP

Column Mon 8 Jun, AT 18:09

The middle class hijack of Labour has led it to become liberal on immigration and law and order: issues the working class care about the most

Elections

Questions your Euro MP candidates don't want you to ask

Column Fri 29 May, AT 17:48

As the parties canvass for your vote ahead of the European elections on June 4, here are the questions that expose the contradictions of their policies

Margaret Thatcher

The seventies were great: don't believe the myth of Thatcherism

Column Fri 1 May, AT 13:39

With living standards rapidly rising, late-Seventies Britain was a great place to live. Thatcher ruined it

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