The Unworldliness of the EU Court
An Army of Straw Men Keeps Campus Intolerance Alive
Iain Duncan Smith: My personal journey to Brexit
Leaving UKIP was inevitable for Douglas Carswell now Brexit is assured
The new Uttar Pradesh government should create jobs, not saints
On the Outside, Looking Out
Comic Relief is no laughing matter
The Base’s Rage Ill Serves the Democratic Party
Let’s use Brexit for national renewal
On populism and ‘People Power’
Who supports the arts?
The Left Distorts Originalism to Attack Judge Gorsuch
Princess Anne is right to champion GM crops
An attack on our democracy
The Coming German Energy Crisis
A 140-Character Flaw
Leaderless Opposition can’t stop Modi juggernaut
The Social Machine
What to expect from the Brexit negotiations
The Hidden War on Affordable Housing
The Anglo-Americans
The Case for a British-American Trade Deal
A Little Something About Those Child Poverty Figures
PM Modi attains unbeatable status with UP sweep
Daniel Hannan: Brussels, not May, is being inflexible
The case for abolishing Women’s Studies
U.P.’s modern, moderate majority carries the day for Modi
Politics aside, Trump and Xi could bond as ‘strong men’
Paul Nuttall picks a side in Ukip’s civil war
Socialism Requires a Dictator
The Rhode Island Model Can Save Medicaid
Why Scotland won’t secede
India’s Muslims fight terror by example
America’s reckoning with Islam
Action needed on ISIS and North Korea
Fake Hate Crimes
Jeff Sessions Perjury Allegation is Meritless
Populism, VII: Representation & the people
Some people really don’t get this housing problem, do they?
Demography Isn’t Destiny, after All
Dominic Raab: With courage, Hammond could save billions