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Remember that on a purely statistical basis, the risk from terrorism is vanishingly small
By accepting mandates from Brussels - even down to how restaurants serve olive oil - our politicians have supported a damaging loss of democratic autonomy
Hitler’s favourite composer was a monster, but he should still be celebrated
There is a kind of disconnect between the appearance of these shambling old men and the nature of the crimes they committed when in the prime of life
He’s a lone wolf, capable of staggering selfishness - it might actually be a valuable trait
Cypriot complaints about German brutality conveniently overlook their own governments’ shocking irresponsibility
Even in a time of straitened national finances, it never pays to underestimate the awesome power of the arts lobby in Britain
When living standards are falling, Westminster needs someone else to blame
Chris Christie joins in the laughs about his weight - but worries it's become a deadly serious issue
People who choose a career of perpetual uncertainty are liable to behave crazily. Just look at Archer, Aitken, Crossman, Phillips, Bevan...
Private partnerships and competition can help prevent catastrophes like that which saw over a thousand patients die at the Mid-Staffordshire NHS Trust
Then we thought it was a matter of economics, not politics - and we still do today - but the rest of Europe doesn't
Reflecting on the early death of his own close relatives, our columnist knows he is lucky to have lived to the age he is. And yet he finds that age hard to accept
We should be wary of legislators when they talk morality