His life story is beginning to bear an uncanny resemblance to that of Harold Davidson, who was eventually mauled to death by a lion.
Posts Tagged: Iraq
Can we afford proper defences and tax cuts, all at a time when we still have a £100 billion deficit?
It was the Arab Spring of 2010/11 that triggered today’s troubles in Iraq – not the 2003 invasion, for all its faults.
Ukraine, Iraq, Syria…Fukuyama’s faith in the inevitable triumph of freedom is looking shaky. How should we respond?
The candidate for the Chairmanship of the Defence Select Committee says that MPs need to do much more than simply back our armed forces.
From Italy to Ukraine – and elsewhere – democracy has been relegated to a bureaucratic box reluctantly ticked after the event.
The Iraq War saved a nation from extermination – now that nation can be a beacon for democracy.
If there was ever a fight that we need to keep out of it is one between Shia and Sunni extremists led by Hezbollah and al-Qa’ida
The growing enforcement of sharia is the principal cause of persecution of Christian minorities in Islamic countries.
J P Floru is a Westminster councillor and Head of Programmes at the Adam Smith Institute. Follow J P on… Read more »
From Malthus onwards, population growth has been a favourite explanation for why some countries are rich while others are poor…. Read more »
Many Labour MPs stayed away from the Commons forBrown's Iraq Inquiry statement. David Cameron welcomed the Prime Minister's statement on… Read more »
In today’s Daily Mail Peter Oborne makes an extremely serious claim against Tony Blair – that he lied to Parliament… Read more »