The Con-Dems have had it their way too long. We have to turn this country around
Tomorrow marks the final day of victory 70 years ago in the Battle of Stalingrad.
The Middle East has long been the biggest festering sore on the face of world politics and the continuous aggression from Israel the infection that keeps that sore open and weeping.
The biggest lie of the long list the Tories have told us is that they have any interest in fixing the public finances.
David Cameron must be getting a taste for war. Little over a year after the bombs stopped falling on Libyan civilians and with thousands of British troops still bogged in the Afghan quagmire, our Prime Minister is all too eager to set out on another military adventure.
Is it any wonder the police are facing an embarrassing shortage of ethnic-minority officers? Sir Peter Fahy has identified a glaring problem but ignored its equally glaring cause - that the police are institutionally racist.
The call made by Saturday's trade union conference in Liverpool to begin preparations for generalised strike action is timely.
By any normal standards, George Osborne's obduracy in the face of an impending triple-dip recession would be seen as incompetence or a failure to connect with reality.
David Cameron was offering a two-for-one deal on Tory fibs today with a laughable sham of a speech at the World Economic Forum in the wake of a party political broadcast that flat-out lied to the voting public.
What a bind David Cameron finds himself caught in. Trapped between his fat-cat friends who love the EU business-friendly policies and attacks on workers, and his party's racist right who hate the EU out of blind nationalism.
The latest round of cuts in Britain's military spending should be welcomed by all who want to restore sanity to a world filled with the horrors of mass slaughter in Afghanistan and Iraq, drones in Pakistan, torture in Abu Ghraib, al-Qaida terrorism in London and New York, murder in Ain Amenas, "extraordinary rendition" and the Guantanamo Bay concentration camp.