The controversial author’s work is filled not just with anger but with autumnal regret

Clergy should be in the business of saving souls, not stamping passports

It was ludicrous to talk about microaggressions in the aftermath of an alkaline attack

On the globalisation of domestic conflicts

Some immigration advocates will never accept even the potential validity of opposing arguments

They promised high-skill immigration. We got something else entirely

Short-termist immigration policies are also damaging foreign nations

Europe’s belated rightwards drift is leaving the British behind

Britain’s discourse on migration is a timewasting charade