Winston Churchill has left British politics with shoes too big to fill.
When it comes to scoring political points, the Conservatives are bending democratic principles.
Instead of propagating alternatives to fend off UKIP, Labour and Conservatives are trying to attract voters by emulating Nigel Farage and his gang.
The poppy has moved from a reminder of the futility of war, to bordering on a somber celebration of the act of sacrifice for Britain. That’s wrong.
European governments are trying to reduce the number of Africans entering Europe. It is a sad irony that those people are exactly what Europe needs.
An influx of hipsters would bring more to politics than just a snazzy dress sense.
Back in 2008, Obama ran on a platform of hope. Today, that has become unthinkable – fear just seems to work so much better.
The Conservative Party plans to pull the UK out of the European Human Rights Act. This is not only absurd, it is shameful.
Why I am glad Scotland stays with us but potentially would have voted to leave the Union if given the choice.
Regardless of the result, the Scottish referendum will change British politics fundamentally – and we should be thankful for that.
If even the silly season is as eventful as it has been this year, then David Cameron should brace himself for a harsh autumn and winter.
Last week, David Cameron nominated Jonathan Hill as the UK’s next European Commissioner. It raises doubts about his intention of keeping Britain in the EU.