A university backtracking on combatting anti-Semitism is a worrying sign

25 November 2021 | OPINION The student union at Queen Mary University – my university – has voted to reject the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition...

We must protect our Union at all costs – NI and...

24 November 2018 | OPINION Ever since Theresa May gave formal notice to the European Council that the United Kingdom intended to withdraw from the...

4 weeks to save Greater Manchester! – Nick Buckley MBE

Yes, the title is a little hyperbolic and over the top. I am a politician now, and I have a tendency to exaggerate for impact. It will not be long before pure lies are flying out of my mouth. I will try to resist the temptation and keep honest. I jest.

The best of the private sector must be harnessed to drive...

13 May 2021 | OPINION Over the last year, we have been reminded that there are things that the public and private sectors do better...

Financing terror and security threats to Israel: Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran and...

14 June 2021 | OPINION In December, Benjamin Gantz, the Defence Minister of Israel, ordered the seizure of $4 million which was sent to Hamas...

Workington or Wokingham: Boris must make a choice – Chris Bradford

A Christmas election may not be a nightmare for Boris Johnson, particularly as the current polls indicate a comfortable Tory majority. Victory, however, could...

The Brexit abuse must stop – Toby Amiel

10 January 2019 | OPINION Is supporting the full withdrawal of Britain from the European Union an extreme position? According to Philip Hammond, who last...

Mark Field has done nothing wrong – Elena Bunbury

21 June 2019 | OPINION When I awoke this morning to Mark Field trending on Twitter, I was shocked as I knew it was far...

Should the BBC rule the [air]waves? – George Duff

28 August 2020 | OPINION If the Proms row has had an impact on the BBC's reputation, it's been greater awareness of the BBC's structural...

2019: The year in politics that nearly wasn’t – Tom Pritchard

23 December 2019 | OPINION In the run-up to Christmas, many may wish to look back at what a year 2019 has been in UK politics. Back in...
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