We cannot afford to get it wrong. The Prime Minister is the right woman to go out to bat for Britain. She will deliver a strong deal and a bright future for everyone.
Fears that the public are shifting towards aggressive, populist cultural policies targeted at Muslims are misfounded.
This problem may have started abroad, but it is now here, in our own society. It must be dealt with.
From the IRA through to today’s Islamist extremist threat, the Labour leader has misidentified the causes and proposed the wrong solutions.
Nor should we indulge the murderer’s view of himself as being motivated by ideology. He was evil, and his final act was to spit in the face of God.
I am fed up to the back teeth with people pronouncing that such terrorist atrocities have nothing to do with the perpetrators’ religious views.
Many have already described why he is unfit for the job. Indeed, many have tried to remove him. Their support now is a joke, a delusion, a denial of reality.
The companies are on solid ground over encryption; their footing is less sure, however, when it comes to pro-terror material on the net.
At best, sending him to Guantanamo failed – and at worst it backfired spectacularly.
One historical study has found that, on average, authoritarian parties surge by around 30 per cent as the economic consequences play out.
Evidence suggests that there was a post-June 23rd spike. But a relationship with the referendum is contestable. And the normal trend soon reasserted itself.
No foreign preacher who rejects religious freedom should be given permission to enter the UK.
The group’s possession of physical territory offers it money, freedom of action and a propaganda weapon. We should strip it of all three.
A library of these would be a useful tool to help communicate to sceptics the seriousness of the radicalisation threat.
We are four days away from the biggest political decision of our generation. Let the arguments be put.