The rise of UKIP is bad news for all the parties but worst of all for the Tories, says Ian Hernon
Banging war drums keeps the Nato show on the road
David Cameron has outlined a set of measures to deal with the terrorism threat posed mainly by British jihadists volunteers in the Islamic State (although IS pays a jihadist five …
Gerard Collier salutes Neil Kinnock as his hero for today – and a man who would have made a very fine Prime Minister for Britain and the world
Labour cannot afford to jettison progressive ideas in 2015, contends Murray Rowlands
The whole publishing industry will suffer if the Treasury sticks to its guns, warns Tom Harris
Most professional writers face an increasing struggle against declining incomes, says Ian Hernon
Beyond belief: Nats sound forth on a fantasy island
Don’t miss a trick – hold a referendum on the EU
Ann McKechin says the horrific events that began in July 1995 have scarred Europe, perhaps for generations
Corporate tax avoidance is moral theft, argues Tim McNamara
Craven, cringeing and cowardly Corporation
A Promise Director: Patrice Leconte Lilting Director: Hong Khaou
Putting strength and solidarity before division is the best way forward for Scotland, says Alistair Darling
Labour-inclined voters have good reason to support independence, argues Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond
President Vladimir Putin signed a series of agreements on nuclear energy in Argentina during a tour of Latin America aimed at increasing Russian influence in the region.
New research shows that nearly 4.2 million jobs in Britain, including 1.7 million manufacturing jobs, are dependent on trade with the rest of Europe.
David Cameron still doesn’t get it over Europe, observes Glyn Ford
Dithering and ruthlessness are the Prime Minister’s hallmarks, says Ian Hernon
The loss of all on board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was an act of mass murder that could determine the course of international relations for a generation.