There is only one priority: keep the Stalinists, trots, Islamist fellow-travellers, gender and feminist lunatics and, yes, the young deluded idealists out of power.
Fears that the public are shifting towards aggressive, populist cultural policies targeted at Muslims are misfounded.
Corbyn has called for May’s resignation in the aftermath of Saturday’s attacks, but his own plans spell out no additional funding for counter-terrorism.
The Prime Minister proposed four steps to take on and defeat our enemies and their ideology.
“It is significant that the Commission for Extremism in the manifesto was put in before Manchester. We know we need to do more, we recognise the scale of the threat.”
The Shadow Home Secretary is also asked to justify her previous votes to abolish MI5, and against proscribing Al Qaeda.
Plus: A diplomatic success for Trump. A Love Actually moment, please, from May. And: has anyone seen Diane Abbott?
This highest of five threat levels means that “an attack is expected imminently”. They are set not by the Prime Minister, but by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre.
The Home Secretary was speaking at the Police Federation conference.
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.
The only way to make it will be to hold a small number of made-for-TV events that help tell a story that voters in provincial England will respond to.
The fantasy that the Kremlin is more sinned against than sinning was once the preserve of Corbyn’s hard left. We should stop the rot.
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Few noticed the Investigatory Powers Bill becoming law because all eyes are on the process of leaving the EU.