The former boss of Hacked Off, a critic of press intrusion, says this time the royals are expecting too much protection
Could the UK have reacted more constructively by helping beef up security in Tunisia?
Rafida Bonya Ahmed survived a brutal Islamic extremist attack; her husband did not ... yet she speaks only of compassion
Attacks such as last Friday's target not only innocent people, but our sense of proportion, too
Some classes of people living in the UK will no longer be able to use the legislation
Those who oppose the award have fallen for a false narrative of universal Muslim victimhood
Ed Miliband was right to highlight the irresponsibility of unseating Gaddafi without a plan for afterwards
One letter sent to staff at Southampton General Hospital expressed the hope that the doctor's own children would get cancer and die
The banning of a documentary about a horrific attack on a young woman in Delhi has terrible echoes elsewhere
The appeal of Isis lies in its messianic belief that the final victory for Muslims is imminent
After he fell out with his parents, Ziamani was radicalised in only 12 weeks
As prime minister, the Labour leader would revisit self-regulation, and that terrifies the right-wing press
The judge who spared a deputy head from jail after he had sex with a pupil condoned the male fantasy eulogised in 'Lolita'
Murderers, like the Paris terrorists, are drawn to a toxic identity which equates masculinity with violence
With a second-rate search-and-rescue mission, the EU helps people-traffickers more than traumatised refugees on rusty boats
Sony suffered a chorus of disapproval after it withdrew 'The Interview', but it's not too late for it to take a stand