13 March 2002

The 'war on terror' takes on a life of its own

The momentum towards conflict with Iraq has little to do with 11 September or Saddam Hussein.

2 March 2002

State of the unions

spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

28 February 2002

New Labour goes hunting for a cause

Just when you thought it could go no lower, the UK government puts foxhunting at the top of its agenda.

19 February 2002

This sleazy obsession is a scandal

It was inevitable that once New Labour cloaked politicians in the pure robes of the priesthood, they would not remain unsullied.

14 February 2002

Why snob is a four-letter word

spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

1 February 2002

The State of the War

What is Bush's game of fantasy foreign policy really all about?

28 December 2001

One thing that did not change in 2001

A dramatic year has not revitalised the moribund politics of the West.

17 December 2001

Judging us all

spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

14 December 2001

Sarah's Law can't protect us from fear

The horrific murder of Sarah Payne should not be turned into a reason for suspending the norms and standards of a civilised society.

14 December 2001

Sarah’s Law can’t protect us from fear

The horrific murder of Sarah Payne should not be turned into a reason for suspending the norms and standards of a civilised society.