It is now clear that the renegotiation process has proved that the Union is incapable of reform.
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The idea that Turkey is somehow backing ISIS has become a popular meme, assiduously spread online by Russian agents provocateurs, and taken up by some in Western Europe,
Daniel Hannan MEP: The game’s afoot – and the Eurocrats are delighted with Cameron’s renegotiation pitch
The choice is now crystal clear – and many more Tories will join the Vote Leave campaign as a result.
Daniel Hannan MEP: The Norwegian model is preferable to being an EU member – but we can do even better than that
The europhiles never seem to tire of setting up straw men and celebrating their ability to knock them down.
Daniel Hannan MEP: Cameron lowers renegotiation expectations in the hope of selling a paltry change as a triumph
It won’t work – not least because Andrew Lansley accidentally leaked the plan over the summer.
Some British socialists are so allergic to their own country that they will take up the cause of republican bombers and jihadi murderers.
By any measure, those who declare they would vote to Remain “under all circumstances” are the holders of an extreme position.
On the AECR’s latest social action project we went to help on the front line. These states will eventually buckle.
While, even now, some high-minded people are getting through, many peerages are going to time-serving quangocrats.
Daniel Hannan MEP: Robert Conquest – historian, victorious Cold Warrior, poet and lover of the limerick
The wholesale and widespread rejection of Marxism-Leninism is a testament to how thoroughly he and his comrades won the argument.
Plus: the four things Labour must do to get back into the game.
Geographical proximity has never mattered less.
As anti-Semitic violence returns to the Old Continent, the Sephardic Jews who repopulated France are leaving in droves. Europe may this time be left truly soulless.
Daniel Hannan MEP: British jihadis and the Charleston murderer have more in common than they might like to admit
Telling British Muslims to rein in ISIS recruits would be as silly as telling white people to rein in the next Dylann Roof.
It has always struck me as among the most problematic of all Shakespeare’s plays. But the director, Jonathan Munby, found a way to deal brilliantly with the difficulties.