Supporting the forgotten 50% – Paul Maginnis

11 November 2020 | OPINION The Conservative Party stormed to victory last year on a pledge to level up the Midlands and the North. In...

The North Shropshire by-election is a greater loss for Labour than...

20 December 2021 | OPINION The Liberal Democrats can gloat all they like about ‘winning’ a 200-year-old Tory safe seat, but this mid-term polling exercise...

A new type of grammar school – Paul Maginnis

7 February 2019 | OPINION Growing up in Northern Ireland at the beginning of this century, the binary system of grammar schools and secondary moderns...

The crusade against MP “abuse” is censorship under the guise of...

8 November 2019 | OPINION I remember listening to a video of Professor Jordan Peterson, who said that whatever happens on University campuses usually translates into wider...

BAME is a lazy term that fails to recognise differences –...

2 April 2021 | OPINION On 31 March, the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities released a report that looked into the different factors affecting...

The May local elections will determine the Prime Minister’s electoral viability

23 April 2022 | OPINION If the Conservatives perform poorly in the upcoming council elections, it may prove that Boris Johnson’s premiership is untenable. Partygate...

Brexit: The Outsider’s View – Ted Jeffery

22 May 2019 | OPINION Whilst we sit around questioning our democracy and party allegiance, there doesn’t seem to be much thought spared for our European counterparts...

Sir Keir’s patriotism problem – Paul Maginnis

2 June 2020 | OPINION During the current crisis, Sir Keir Starmer has received many plaudits for his scrutiny of the Government. There is no...

Is Israel disproportionately targeted by the UN? Absolutely yes

It is absolutely the case that the state of Israel is disproportionately and unfairly targeted by the UN, whether this be from the UN Human Rights Council or other UN bodies. The UN’s condemnation of Israel for not procuring vaccines for the Palestinians – despite it not being within Israel’s jurisdiction to do so – is the latest attack in the sequence.

What is the UN for? It is beyond a joke

1 APRIL 2023 | OPINION Happy April Fool's Day! How do we know? Because Russia is taking over as chair of the UN Security Council. After...
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