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Christmas comes but once a year, which means, fortunately, so do carols with the Howards.
The Iraq war was a ruinous mistake. The lessons from it have not yet been learned.
Climate change deniers should reveal whether they hold lucrative 'catastrophe' bonds
The extraordinary reaction to Speaker Bercow and his wife shows that Cameron and his allies only really like modernisers on their own terms
Now is not the time to start paying off the debt, cutting public expenditure or raising taxes
Cameron may be comfortable with his personal blend of retro and metro, but bridging such gaps within his party will be tougher.
The UK's libel system has enabled an extraordinary assault on free speech to take place. Labour must use its remaining time in office to ensure it does not continue
Conservative donors stand to gain from David Cameron's planned cuts to inheritance tax
Anything between a Labour lead of 1 per cent and a Tory lead of 10 per cent is likely to give us a hung parliament
In a hung parliament, Gordon Brown, like Edward Heath, would be constitutionally entitled to seek coalition
Kevin Rudd's apology to the Aborigines has changed little. White Australia must offer its first people universal land rights and a proper share of resources
It is time for David Cameron to cast off the godfather who has become a liability
With the poorest countries in the world pledging to do most to combat climate change, richer nations may finally be shamed into taking action