Daily Telegraph Articles

Climate fanatics are destroying Britain’s best literary festivals

Bullying writers and publishers won’t solve anything Published: 6 June 2024 Well, Fossil Free Books has certainly succeeded in making its presence felt. Targeting the wealth management group Baillie Gifford – which invests 25 per cent of its clients’ money in...

Lord Lucan’s disappearance is a mystery best left unsolved

Regrettably, rarely is truth ever stranger than fiction Published: 31 May 2024 True crime is more popular than ever, with the anniversaries of dark deeds greeted rapturously by fans and journalists alike. So this being almost 50 years on, inevitably it was time for...

Ireland has made its bed with the EU. It must lie in it

On one level, the migrant row is a mutually-helpful farce. But has something changed in UK-Irish ties? Published: 1 May 2024 Surveying the row over immigration policy in Ireland and the UK, I’m reminded of the Sham Fight, an annual event in Northern Ireland, in the...

Ireland is paying the price for its Brexit arrogance

The open border Dublin insisted on is now allowing asylum seekers to pour into the country Published: 25 April 2024 Leo Varadkar left his job as Irish prime minister last month with compliments being lavished on him from all directions — especially the White House —...

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