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Cricket as Revolution

Yesterday I was fortunate enough to attend an excellent panel discussion on Cricket as Revolution organised by the LSE as part of its literary festival. The two speakers were Dr Prashant Kidambi of The University of Leicester and the journalist and cricket historian Peter Oborne. 568 more words


Terrorism: A History of Violence

Few concepts are as muddled as terrorism but David Anderson, the UK’s outgoing terrorism legislation watchdog, has brought insight and scrutiny to bear on one of the defining issues of our age, writes Peter Oborne… 3,069 more words


Israeli Plot To "Take Down" Tory Minister Makes UK Headlines

An Israeli Embassy official in the UK, Shai Masot, has been captured on undercover film talking about “taking down” the Deputy Foreign Secretary, Sir Alan Duncan, because he is “doing a lot of problems”. 432 more words


How Western Wars in the Middle East Reverberated Across 2016

We look back at the year with Associate editor of The Spectator and a critic of UK Foreign policy, Peter Oborne.


Lies, Mistruths and Mass Murder in Yemen

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on Yemen. Journalist and Author, Peter Oborne talks about the potential war crimes in Yemen that could be getting covered up by the government.

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Repealing the Fixed-term Parliaments Act?

Some commentators, as I have previously noted, still appear to be unaware of the Fixed-term Parliaments Act and think that the PM can call a ‘snap’ election.  483 more words

What Conservative Government? – Part 8, Theresa May Is Wrong To Embrace Socialism In Defence Of The Nation State

By openly declaring war on the libertarian wing of the Conservative Party, Theresa May reveals that she cannot tell the difference between defending the nation state (good) and shoehorning the state into every aspect of citizens’ lives (bad) 1,892 more words

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