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The Director of Global Vision explains just how central the EU is

Old dog, new tricks?

The Conservative Association's latest incarnation hasn't yet proven that it is committed to changing its character

Should we get our say?

Assessing the merits, or otherwise, of a referendum.

Racism Doesn’t Merit Reward

The Tories have made a dire mistake in affiliating with the Conservative Association. We need to see that OCA has changed.

Quentin Letts: "All men are not equal"

Guest Columnist: Daily Mail political sketchwriter and theatre critic Quentin Letts argues in favour of elitism

Interview: Mr No Opinion

Sathnam Sanghera tells Dhatri Navanayagam why multiculturalism, among other things, failed

5 Minute Tute: Explosive Secrets

Dr Philip Robins considers the revelation of Iran's hidden nuclear plant

Obama wants CHANGE! $10 to be precise…

Tom Newell bemoans the cavalier American attitude towards taking our money.

Gap Year: Friend or Foe?

Why taking a gap year does more harm than good.

Let the BNP appear on Question Time

Why it's better to defeat the BNP through debate rather than by suppressing their right to free speech.

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