The far-right are targeting the Irish community in Liverpool.
During this tumultuous time for the UMP, French Fascist Marine Le Pen has made noises suggesting a possible political manoeuvre to sweep up more votes.
Make no mistake, the hiring of Lynton Crosby by David Cameron represents the outward return of the nasty party, the Tory Party of old.
Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock and many other Republican misogynists were comprehensively defeated in the US elections on Tuesday.
Ed Jacobs writes about the unity between all the Scottish opposition parties against the SNP’s anti-sectarianism bill, which they say is badly drafted.
Alex Hern covers the embarrassment to the Conservative Party that is the Oxford University Conservative Association, the racist, bigoted Oxford Uni Tory club.
Fred Cowell writes about what should be the Commonwealth’s priority – ending the widespread anti-homosexuality laws, in operation in 40 commonwealth states.
Paul Canning, the editor of LGBT Asylum News, writes on the defeat of the Ugandan anti-gay bill – and the prospect of it coming back.
In a post peddling myths about climate change the prominent right-wing blogger and occasional Telegraph writer Richard North, who was the source of much of the media controversy about the ‘climategate’ non-scandal, has used the phrase “jungle bunnies” – apparently to refer to people in the developing world.