Ken MacIntosh: Free speech is indivisible. Even Holocaust denial

The former leader of the Front National in France, Jean-Marie Le Pen, was convicted of Holocaust-denial by a court in Paris last Wednesday and fined £25,000. Holocaust-denial has been illegal in France since 1990. In 2012 it also...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The EU reduces Cameron to being a PR frontman

In response to Cerberus: Cameron is in office but not in power, Mike Fowle wrote: At the risk of repeating a point I have made before, being in the EU means that our politicians are mere...

Nola Leach: UK tax system is biased against the traditional family

CARE’s latest tax report again looks at the way different family models are currently treated in the UK tax system in comparison to other OECD countries. Like previous years, it demonstrates that the UK...

Lefty Lunacy of the Day: Let’s hope Corbyn never gets the chance to lose...

Jeremy Corbyn was fined £100 by the taxman after filing his tax return late. After he demanded that Cameron and Co publish their tax returns immediately and bleating about restoring trust in public life, it...

Laura Perrins: Angelina Jolie to be quizzed by Mishal Husain about the migrant...

I hope the HR departments around the country are prepared. There is no doubt they will be deluged with applications for a one-day holiday on May 16, the day of all-day programming on the...

Kathy Gyngell: Kate is no “Duchess of Drab”. Her substance shines through

On the eve of her official trip to India the Duchess of Cambridge was subjected to a rather cruel style dressing down courtesy of Daily Mail columnist Sarah Vine. It’s the price she pays for marrying royalty...

Belinda Brown: Feminism poisons relations between men and women

In Saturday’s blog I explained how a feminist politics was undermining women’s and families’ interests, contributing to a top heavy political system and eroding participatory mechanisms. Today I will explore what we should do about...

Cerberus: Cameron is in office but not in power

It is clearly hypocritical of David Cameron to condemn as “morally wrong” those who profit from ingenious tax avoidance schemes while himself benefiting from an offshore investment fund set up by his late father....

Lefty Lunacy of the Day: British aid money will cost British jobs

Aid money from the pockets of British taxpayers has been propping up two of China’s biggest steel-producing regions. The Department of International Development (DFiD) threw £21m at a project aimed at turning around loss-making state-owned businesses...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Hypocritical Left will regret their tax witch-hunt

In response to Kathy Gyngell: Cameron opens Pandora’s Box by trying to appease the mob, chrisH wrote: I am hopeful that the BBC, universities, quangos, charity wonks and broadsheet hacks will be higher up the agenda...remember...