Macron was right to say that while Queen Elizabeth was our Queen, to the world she was The Queen. That this became so wasn’t inevitable. How and why did it happen?
The first part of a series on ConHome this week about the politics of race in Britain today.
If he isn’t the sort of person we should be erecting statues to, then it’s time to do away with statues altogether.
We need to be proactive, and champion those universal values that we all share. And BAME conservatives need to be articulating and leading it.
It’s one thing to acknowledge the fact that all human beings are nuanced and flawed. It’s quite another to censor our past.
But neither the American President’s concession to Britain nor the question of double standards are likely to deter some Parliamentarians.
Many feel British and have a Commonwealth attachment – but worry that the Brexit campaign is run by UKIP.
Allowing incitement, funding hatred and tolerating boycotts is harmful to the prospects for peace.
The Someone whose birth we celebrate at this time of year became a man who chose to die for Something
The Someone who was born at Christmas became a man who chose to die for Something – because he believed in it.
Former Defence Secretary says “journalism veered on hysteria.”
Mandela’s co-Peace Prize winner defends the former Prime Minister in today’s Times.
Plus: Same-sex marriages on Tebbit’s birthday. Puffed-up Sir Ian Kennedy. Publish, Rob Wilson, publish! And: Why I’m a fat bastard.
The Prime Minister’s matey statesmanship helped him to command the House, but also made him sound arrogant
He was speaking at the memorial service held in Johannesburg, South Africa, this afternoon.