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Mark Ellse: Dave’s immigration pledge is in tatters. Now only Brexit will do

Eastern European accents prompted me to ask some removal men "Where do you come from?" a few weeks ago. They were Romanian and we...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The migrant flood, Corbyn and the dinosaurs will deliver Brexit

In response to Kathy Gyngell: The No campaign is heading for defeat, ButcombeMan wrote: Mrs Gyngell is being too pessimistic. Remember the EU elections. Remember the 4 million...

Nick Wood: The delights of marriage are reserved for the rich

You would have thought that a country with debts of £1.5 trillion and rising and an annual deficit of income over expenditure of £70...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: It is arrogant to think man controls the climate

In respone to David Keighley: The BBC might ditch the Met Office but not its obsession with climate change, bewick wrote: The BBC and the alarmists are...

David Keighley: The BBC might ditch the Met Office but not its obsession with climate change

It is reported that the BBC is in the process of ditching the Met Office as its £30 million-a-year supplier of weather forecasts. But...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The Left has hijacked education

In response to Mark Ellse:  Success at school is largely a matter of genetics, Bonce wrote: The New Left has hijacked the education system and the most common...

Rob Slane: Life is short. Hack a company

A few years ago, the British Humanist Association and Professor Richard Dawkins paid for some adverts to be displayed on London buses with the...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The Loony Left talks only to itself

In response to, Andrew Cadman: Corbyn is the ghost of politics past, present and future, Sheik Rhat el Anrhol wrote: If you want to see...

Mark Ellse:  Success at school is largely a matter of genetics

It's astonishing to see the birth of an impala. Those gangling limbs, how on earth do they sort themselves out so that the calf...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Corbyn would suck the life out of the economy

  In response to Andrew Cadman: Corbyn is the ghost of politics past, present and future, weirdvisions wrote: Ghost? You mean zombie, surely. And if, by some weird...

Andrew Cadman: Corbyn is the ghost of politics past, present and future

I first came across the name of Jeremy Corbyn during the height of the Thatcher years, when he briefly burst into our national consciousness...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: My mother taught me not to lead young men on

In response to Laurence Hodge: Nature decrees that women tend to regret the one night stand, Jenny L wrote: I like this. I think it is a brave...

Holly’s Letter from America: There is no Christian case for assisted suicide

Last weekend,  the former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey and other Christian and Jewish leaders voiced their support for the assisted dying Bill. In a...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Could there ever be a Tory version of Corbyn?

In response to, Nick Wood: Comrade Corbyn will consign Labour to the wilderness for a generation, Politically__Incorrect wrote: I'd like to take a different angle on...

William Griffiths: How the Pied Piper of Islington bewitches the young

The favourite in the Labour party leadership contest, a Mr Jeremy Corbyn, MP for Islington North, has caused rather a stir in British politics...

Rev Julian Mann: God enlists the weak to defeat the strong

(This is an edited version of the talk at the all-age Family Service at the Parish Church of the Ascension, Oughtibridge) Gideon was a very...

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