Reader’s comment: Arise, Unwashed!

In response to Nick Booth: Down with the Yellow Streaks!, IwasGnarth wrote: The GUP (Great Unwashed Public/Pleb) party! We read it here first. Party colour is a nice yellow. Handy for the party tabard.

Reader’s comment: A housing shortage? No, a people surplus

In response to Caroline ffiske: How our Soviet-style planning system makes the housing shortage worse, David wrote: We don't have a housing shortage, but an overpopulation crisis due to unending immigration. Already far, far too much...

Readers’ comments: Best of a bad bunch

In response to The Conservative Woman: Boris, the least worst solution, Aberrant_Apostrophe wrote: As some wag posted the other day, 'even Larry the cat would make a better PM than May’. Skidger wrote: Boris is the best of...

Down with the Yellow Streaks!

Britain’s ‘Yellow Streak’ protesters have continued another day of rioting in the Houses of Parliament. Many are furious at the new demands that have been imposed on them. ‘This isn’t why I got involved...

As Brexit descends into farce, globalism marches on

IT IS now beyond doubt that Theresa May is – how can we put this politely? – living with a sense of reality and morality entirely different to our own. The extreme selfishness, delusion...

Boris, the least worst solution

On Saturday we asked our readers if, given the desperate state of the Parliamentary Conservative Party, they thought Boris Johnson was the person to take over from Mrs May. We pointed out that he...

Signing the UN Migration Pact sells us down the river

IN THE drama over Brexit, the Government’s decision to sign the United Nations Migration Pact – despite its pledge to control our own borders – has slipped by almost unnoticed. Leaders of some 150 countries,...

Desperately seeking racism – how the Guardian gets it all so wrong

THE Guardian is currently in the middle of a festival of grievance, based on its recent report ‘Bias in Britain’, which desperately hunts for examples of racism. Following Gary Oliver’s recent excellent piece on...

How our Soviet-style planning system makes the housing shortage worse

THE United Kingdom has a housing crisis. Demand for homes outstrips supply. The role of the Housing Minister, Kit Malthouse, is to focus on supply. Yet today the poor bloke has been called before...

A carol a day: O little town of Bethlehem

THE words to this carol were written by an American Episcopal clergyman, Phillips Brooks, who was born in Boston in 1825 and educated at Harvard. For many years he was Rector of Boston's Holy...