Archive of 29 October 2014
There is deep disquiet in Westminster after this week's prime minister's questions, with MPs on both sides of the House speaking out against their party leaders for helping Ukip.
The Qataris are being given full honours on their trip to the UK, but what about their human rights record back home?
Nicola Sturgeon's call for a Scottish veto on Britain leaving Europe is underpinned by a radical agenda: to hijack the constitutional crisis triggered by the independence referendum and turn Britain into a federalised state.
The prime minister is furious about the EU asking for more cash - but he doesn't seem so concerned about a torture loophole which lets member states sell illegal interrogation equipment
Offensive speech against marginalised groups actually limits their freedom. We should feel comfortable banning it.