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Jewish community leaders lose the plot on antisemitism, hate and lies

It's only fair to share...<p>The Jewish community leadership has been pleading with the Labour Party to deal properly with antisemitism and become again …

Israel

Why won’t the left speak up for Sarah Champion?

Where’s the concern for Labour MP Sarah Champion? Where are the leftists demanding that this female MP stop being harassed merely for expressing her views? Where are the tweets drawing attention to Ms Champion’s plight — the fact that she now needs an actual security team because people who hate …

England

Behemoth, bully, thief: how the English language is taking over the planet

No language in history has dominated the world quite like English does today. Is there any point in resisting? By Jacob Mikanowski<p>On 16 May, a lawyer named Aaron Schlossberg was in a New York cafe when he heard several members of staff speaking Spanish. He reacted with immediate fury, threatening …

Linguistics

Online shopping with a VPN: Find deals and protect yourself

Stand aside, brick-and-mortar stores: Online shopping has been growing exponentially, bringing with it undeniable upsides, but also a few risks. A …

Information Systems

Useless Idiots: The Anti-Trump Protests in London

“We know no spectacle so ridiculous as the British public in one of its periodical fits of morality,” wrote the great Lord Macaulay back in 1830.<p>Last …

Stephen Colbert

Why the Navy Misses the F-14 Tomcat

<i>China is building a potent air launched anti-ship cruise missiles along with aircraft to carry those weapons. Meanwhile, the once-dormant Russian</i> …

Military

Telegraph logo

<i>Donald Trump represents everything that petrifies liberal Left-wingers about the world</i><p>If you’re going to have a serious protest, making an inflatable baby the focus probably isn’t a good start. But then again that childish boorishness gets people’s attention is a lesson that the Left has grasped …

Donald Trump

Theresa May will soon be forgotten – but she will never be forgiven

<i>Situation vacant: Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party…</i><p>This is a challenging position requiring a statesman or woman of the highest calibre. The successful candidate will have a passionate belief in his/her country and a willingness to fight for it with every fibre of their being.<p>You …

Conservative Party

America The Beautiful

For Independence Day, Katharine Lee Bates' hymn to nature, modernity, and the American spirit

The BBC's mawkish NHS love-in exposes its Leftist sympathies

<i>Both institutions are riddled with progressive bias, and both need serious reform</i><p>The 70th anniversary of the NHS has brought out the worst in the BBC. Across many hours of programming, our “unique” healthcare system has been eulogised, with little or no discussion of its many failings. Particularly …

Health Care

Belarus: An unknown story of the Holocaust brings forgotten camp 'back into Europe's conscience'

A memorial has opened at one of the largest Nazi concentration camps within the former Soviet Union. German President Steinmeier has described the …

Magistrate, 67, who defended his family against an armed gang who stormed his £2million mansion was ARRESTED himself... and accused of racially aggravated assault

A magistrate defending his family against an armed gang who stormed his home ended up being arrested himself – and accused of a racially aggravated …

Crime

The More, the Maorier

A lot more, in fact. You'd find that the Maori population had increased from less than 100 000 in the mid-19th century to almost 800 000 today.<p>Not …

187 Things the Blockchain Is Supposed to Fix

Bots with nefarious intent<p>Skynet<p>People not taking their medicine<p>Device storage that could be used for bitcoin mining<p>Insurance bureaucracy<p>Electronic …

Blockchain

The six tricks Mark Carney used to cook up his ‘Brexit costs you £900’ figure

Mr S has always been a great admirer of creative accounting: the tricks our politicians use to dress up 50p as £1. It’s not lying, per se. All the techniques need to be valid. But their effect is to mislead. Ed Balls was the great master of this dark art, George Osborne his less-subtle apprentice. …

Niall Ferguson Tells Bank of England Bitcoin Is Financial System of the Future

<b>Central bankers are being warned by researchers that the crypto revolution will overtake the system they are in-charge of preserving. Recently,</b> …

Expected Upsurge in Gaza Violence

The true and malevolent purpose of Hamas's plan is to incite violence in such a way that the IDF has no choice but to respond with lethal force, …

10 of the most beautiful airplanes from the history of aviation

Lockheed Constellation<p>The stunning Constellation, nicknamed Connie for short, was conceived by the Lockheed Corporation in 1939 to exceed the needs …

Jump inside the XB-70 Valkyrie, the largest and fastest bomber that the US ever built

It was the "largest and fastest bomber" that the US ever built, according to The National Interest.<p>The XB-70 Valkyrie could cruise at Mach 3, riding its own shock wave to do so, and could hit altitudes of 70,000 feet.<p>But the XB-70 Valkyrie never went into full-scale production, and now there's only …

Aviation

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: When it comes to Brexit most of our senior mandarins are working against the wishes of the British people who pay their wages

A classic edition of Mind How You Go today. Loved the story about the Met training a crack unit of attack dogs to hunt down terrorists.<p>The Yard has …

Times column and exploding brains

While my <b>Times column</b> this morning has attracted much support (for which, many thanks to all) other brains appears to have been exploding over my …

Three islands of exceptionalism in west’s darkest hour

On a plane to New York this week, I watched the movie <i>Darkest Hour</i> for the second time. If it packed a punch the first time, on second showing it …

Read articles that feature this panel

Caputo, a former Trump campaign adviser, delivered this statement to the committee on Tuesday, May 1, 2018:<p>'In 2009, my wife and I moved to my …

Did Winnie's crimes open Nelson's eyes? | Standpoint

Mrs Mandela was said to have led the questioning, humming, singing and dancing a jig to her own tune as she beat the boys with a sjambok (the hide …

Chappaquiddick

I had minimal expectations of Chappaquiddick The Movie, which opened last week despite the best efforts of the Kennedy enablers. I have always been …

Red Sea

DOMINIC LAWSON: Corbyn the Kremlin stooge despises everything our troops stand for

Sometimes you can tell more about a man by what he doesn't say, than by what he does.<p>The most striking aspect of Jeremy Corbyn's interview yesterday …

Armed Forces

Rose Tremain’s account of a loveless childhood leaves one aching for more

Her chilling description of cruel or absent parents is oddly exhilarating, and makes one see one’s own life anew<p>1991, the Harbourfront Literary Festival in Toronto. The novelist Rose Tremain and the South African writer Carolyn Slaughter are enjoying a lobster thermidor and Chablis lunch. Hearing …

Books

Don’t criticise Janet Suzman for saying theatre’s ‘a white invention’, thank her

Janet Suzman’s throwaway comment about the theatre being ‘a white invention’ has attracted a storm of opportunistic derision.<p>What Dame Janet may have meant was this. Theatre is gossip ceremonially presented. And the dramatic structures devised by the Athenians in the 5th century BC raised the form …

The public are quite right to love Monet

The National Gallery's new exhibition is crammed with marvellous, exhilarating pictures<p>Think of the work of Claude Monet and water lilies come to mind, so do reflections in rippling rivers, and sparkling seas — but not buildings. He was scarcely a topographical artist — an impressionist Canaletto, …

Ghosts of Africa

by Steve Sailer <br>Can 2018’s tsunami of DNA data on the origins of human biodiversity help explain the puzzle of why Americans tend to equate …

Anthropology