Anyone would think Dianne Feinstein and her colleagues were disinterested observers. They are not...
The arguments against PR are outmoded: now it’s the only way to avoid illegitimate coalitions
There is no point in having armed forces that keep on getting beaten – however gallantly they performed
Why is Britain risking lives 3,000 miles from home rather than securing its national borders?
Alan Henning's killer won't be easy to catch – and the 'dead or alive' challenge just gives him more PR
Cameron’s breathless posturing won’t solve problem of home-grown jihadists serving IS’s grisly cause
As for David Cameron, the referendum campaign has exposed once again his poor judgment
It is no longer possible to pretend that Muslim immigration to Britain has been an unqualified success
We took in the Ugandan Asians in 1972 – today we must offer safety to Christians and Yazidis
The Jews should have been offered a homeland in Franconia, with Jerusalem a place of pilgrimage
America never apologised for shooting down an Iranian passenger jet, killing 290 people, 66 of them children
Maybe we should get rid of the whole honours system: the prospect of a title corrupts our public life
It is the state’s job to protect us from Islamist terror – not to pass the buck to the public
Like England’s professional footballers, our newly professional politicians fail away from home
If Isis, from a standing start, can threaten Baghdad in a few days, then nothing is safe
Murderous militants have exploited West’s botched foreign policy. But will anyone accept responsibility?
Europe does not have to be run from Berlin: it would be better run from Paris and London
A timely warning comes from Syria that it is British fighters who top the league in beheadings and crucifixions
Introduction of brutal Sharia law means it’s time to get out - even if Sultan is buddies with Prince Charles
Public have a right to expect MI5 to properly audit procedures and learn from their mistakes quickly