Corbyn’s election has all at once overtly politicised and alienated an entire community that has long been an integral part of British society.
His passionate defence of the welfare state runs counter to values that are truly embedded in their psyche: self-reliance, personal responsibility, entrepreneurialism.
There is much more to the country than the political controversies which are the focus of most reports.
In the race between democratisation and the bomb, this deal buys time for democracy
Islamist fanatics could consolidate control of the border on the Golan – threatening the massacre of a people with close ties to their fellow religionists on its other side.
The left’s Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign undermines both the homeland of the Jewish people and the British economy.
As a Parliamentary candidates, I discovered that some charities will have to change the way they campaign of they want a gentler, kinder, more constructive politics.
Ever since his days as a Thatcherite firebrand at Exeter University, this Tory of Asian descent has believed in a tough, meritocratic conservatism.
Labour-run Leicester banned Israeli-manufactured products. The Tower Hamlets Mayor tried to create his own municipal foreign policy by flying the Palestinian flag.
If the “fault” for terrorism ever lies in our actions, it is only because we are good people standing up to evil men.
All too often the bigotry of Islamism is either shared or indulged by parts of the free societies it seeks to destroy.
It remains a real threat to both our interests and our allies throughout the Middle East.
They will turn left at the next election – just in time.
The time has come to make sure above any doubt that the funding of any party in the UK is clearly decoupled from the influence of the Israeli state.
British MPs voting for the recognition of Palestine would not transform ISIS into liberal consumers of Love your Garden or Strictly Come Dancing.