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Nick Wood: Ukip’s meltdown worse than Tory wars of long ago

Not many of us get to lead a political party, which is just as well for the country. Nor do many of us get...

David Keighley: Pub landlord did not act alone against Farage. He got a little help from BBC friends

Al Murray, the pub landlord, clearly wanted – to put it politely – to pour cold ale all over Nigel Farage’s South Thanet campaign...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Is Chuka planning to get married soon?

In response to Laura Perrins: Too cool for school Chuka is also too old to have a girlfriend, Don Benson wrote: Judging by the comments here,...

Laurence Hodge: The rage on the Left at Cameron’s victory is to be savoured

What a lovely few days we’ve been having.  After an endless and dull campaign with much frenzied histrionic but little substance, whose beginning was...

Louise Kirk: Sex education = lasciviousness = cyber bullying = miserable kids

You may have noticed, round you, or through media reports, that young people are depressed. But if that depresses you, it is nothing compared...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The Whittingdale tax is worse than the nasty TV licence

In response to David Keighley: BBC in shock election defeat. Will Whittingdale finish it off?, blue2beak wrote: Whittingdale is on record as saying of BBC...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Hitchens should risk an affair with Kim Kardashian to save his column

In response to, Kathy Gyngell: Is our last conservative commentator Peter Hitchens really on holiday, Callingallcomets wrote: From the moment in early 2013 when Ukip became a serious...

David Keighley: BBC in shock election defeat. Will Whittingdale finish it off?

The BBC made it abundantly clear who they wanted to win this election. The interview by Mishal Husain of Nigel Farage which was highlighted...

Gareth Thomas: Who won it for the Tories? Life-long Labour voter Didcot Woman

The post-election media coverage has naturally focused on how wrong the polls were. From the Nuneaton declaration onwards, the BBC’s output has had three...

Kimberly Ross: America’s star pollster also called the UK election wrong

The surprising results of the British election this past week cause two things to again stand out to those viewing it from American soil....

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Dave’s last opportunity to smash BBC bias

In response to David Keighley: BBC in shock election defeat. Will Whittingdale finish it off?, ablanche wrote: I think if he had really meant business...

Kathy Gyngell: Is our last conservative commentator Peter Hitchens really on holiday? 

Peter Hitchens’s aficionados will have noticed that his Mail on Sunday column has not appeared for two weeks. Notably, the critical last two weeks...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: It’s time for some real conservatism 

In response to Holly’s Letter From America: Thanks to Sturgeon, Cameron won, Politically__Incorrect wrote: I am a Ukip supporter and voted Ukip last Thursday, in...

Paul T Horgan: Shy Tories saved us in 1992. This time ‘Terrified Tories’ did the job

Well, as Sir John Major once said, who'd have thought it? David Cameron has managed the apparently impossible feat of an incumbent securing more...

Dan Munford: How the Scottish Nationalists torpedoed Labour’s prospects down south

There were two winners in the 2015 General Election: in Scotland, the SNP; in England, the Conservatives.  Over the election campaign we witnessed the...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Labour’s prejudice against men cost them votes

In response to Laura Perrins: White van and pink bus. The story of Labour’s collapse, ThisIsTwentyFifteen wrote: Thank you for this, Laura. It's so refreshing...

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