Having lost allies and brutalised Gazans, Hamas find itself alone and in trouble. Let’s hope the organisation surrenders soon.
Charlotte Leslie MP: ISIS. MH17. Boko Haram. There are more serious issues at stake than whether Ministers have bosoms.
Events around the world are a wake-up call from Westminster’s self-absorption.
The difference between the new films and the old ones? Nowadays, good-versus-evil moralising isn’t really done.
And this week’s column contains a mystery closing message to the Prime Minister.
What a demonic encounter helped to teach me about Christian bakers, same-sex dancers, choice, ethics – and the law.
The Scottish Tory leader just demonstrated how she can be the perfect antidote to Salmond.
Also: Stormont flirts with disaster over budget deadlock; ‘Help to Buy’ sees Scotland run out of bricks; and BBC staff plan Commonwealth Games strike.
He could have then called, and won, a second General Election. So why did he strike a deal with the Lib Dems?
Smears, Islamist extremism, echoes of Suharto and even fears of military intervention stalk the presidential race.
I saw trade, investment and progress during my visit to India with the Chancellor and Foreign Secretary last week.
Plus: Princess Ann (Widdecombe); Jacqui Smith’s rampant rabbit; the BBC’s dreadful World Cup commentary; and, turning 52.
No dragons, no wizards – but the Vikings and Anglo-Saxons are all the more jaw-dropping for being real.
Continuous polling may be dull, but it’s valuable, because it provides plenty of reliable information that shows you what’s really happening.
Greg Clark MP: The unflagging commitment of Michael Heseltine to the public good – in this, his ninth decade
Michael criss-crossed the country with me – something a former Deputy Prime Minister might have preferred to skip.
Also: Violence hangs over Orange Order on both sides of the water as Twelfth looms; and Welsh Labour face familiar rebellion over all-women shortlists.