James Delingpole

Sorry James Delingpole But You're Wrong: I Am Offended By Celebrities Telling Nazi 'Jokes'

Grant Feller | Posted 16.08.2017 | UK Entertainment
Grant Feller

Since our digital Pandora's Box has democratised comment by empowering an occasionally ugly free-for-all, the opinions of the masses don't count as much because they lack brainy ballast, according to some. This is particularly so when it comes to what does and doesn't cause offence.

The More Effective Torture Is, the More Important It Is That It Should Be Banned

Matthew Scott | Posted 15.02.2015 | UK
Matthew Scott

If torture worked, the need to criminalise it would be even more imperative than if it were ineffective because the temptation to use it would then be even greater. If torture did not work there would be no need to use it. It was largely because the CIA believed, or persuaded itself, that it did work that it became such a widespread practice.

Mail And Telegraph Admit They DO Believe In Man-Made Climate Change

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK

The Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail have told a committee of MPs that their editorial boards do believe climate change is happening and that human bein...

James Delingpole and the Difficulty with the Right

James Snell | Posted 15.08.2013 | UK Politics
James Snell

Where to start with James Delingpole? I think it would be wise to begin where most people do, and judge this book by its cover. He is an archetypal political nerd, with a face which looks like an imploding sock-puppet held together with a thin wire frame. He sounds like he is gargling his own bile, which - listening to what actually comes out of his mouth - he probably is.

Tory MP Accused Of Encouraging Rival Candidate In Corby By-Election

PA/The Huffington Post | Posted 13.01.2013 | UK Politics

The Tories' campaign manager for the Corby by-election has apologised after being filmed apparently admitting he encouraged a rival candidate. In t...

Benefits: In Defence of the Fake Disabled

Jason Reed | Posted 02.04.2012 | UK Politics
Jason Reed

It's no coincidence that the word 'benefit' is now a dirty word, and by proxy, it now defines the disabled. If you're on benefits, then you are a lowlife by default.