We must each strongly and unequivocally demand one equal law for everyone – both here in the UK and abroad
Make no mistake, the hiring of Lynton Crosby by David Cameron represents the outward return of the nasty party, the Tory Party of old.
A young girl, murdered by her parents in an ‘honour killing’, signifies the latest in a series of events representing a violent expression of religious dogma.
Continuing on from yesterday’s freedom of speech piece, Carl Packman investigates the recent protests in the Middle East and Asia in relation to a film.
Peter Allen and Rebecca Wainwright argue that the difficulty of getting ‘Islamic’ architecture built in Britain shows the flaws in Warsi’s claim that militant secularisation is a problem
New polling dats provides welcome reassurance multiculturalism and the embracing of religious and racial diversity in the US is far from dead, reports Tom Rouse.
Despite the onset of the financial crisis and rising unemployment the British remain deeply concerned about immigration, and Islam, more so than our European neighbours.
The Left must not allow a proud history of anti-fascism to be hijacked by alliances with Islamists, which won’t help victims of bigotry, reports George Readings.
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Quilliam’s case shows the shortfalls of private funding, and the danger of the pace of the Tory-led government’s programme of swingeing cuts, writes George Readings.
For the Daily Mail, it turns out, when you cannot scare people with the facts, well, you can just scare them anyway, with a story about “Islamification”.