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Meghan Markle has 'convinced Prince Harry that his family is awful' says royal biographer
On Yorkshire Day, God's Own Country still stands apart from the rest of England, says Colin Brazier
Keir Starmer trying to 'recast himself as Mr Brexit' branded laughable
Britain needs a revolution on the anniversary of America's independence, says Colin Brazier
Deborah James' story shows sickness can be chronicled in a way that demystifies a journey all of us will face, says Colin Brazier
Many young girls preyed on by grooming gangs are in care... Who will be their guardian angel? asks Colin Brazier
If Sturgeon gets her way this time, the sorrow will not be confined to Scotland, says Colin Brazier
We can have sex and become soldiers at 16, so are we really saying we can't smoke until we're 21? Asks Colin Brazier
Boris Johnson should channel Churchill on his very own D-Day – rest, regroup and return, says Colin Brazier
Tony Blair’s legacy is toxic and anyone flirting with idea of a return ought to consider his disastrous policies, says Colin Brazier
If you really think street parties and bunting are a source of despair then perhaps you need to get out more, says Colin Brazier
Church of England is a Holy Joke and Justin Welby epitomises a Brahmin caste which gratuitously ignores ordinary folk, says Colin Brazier
If there is a parent out there who didn’t know what they were in for by having kids, that says more about them than anything else
Foreign aid cannot be ring-fenced – help the poor by starting charity at home, says Colin Brazier
Liverpool fans who booed Prince William should not be banned – but we should sing more lustily than ever at next FA Cup final, says Colin Brazier
Thatcher deserves to be remembered, not necessarily fondly, but as the historical figure she was, says Colin Brazier
Bradford City fire: Colin Brazier recalls horrific scenes 37 years on from stadium disaster
After two years of Covid paralysis, this government has taken a major step towards delivering on the promise of Brexit, says Colin Brazier
Colin Brazier: The Oscar audience's reaction to Will Smith was the herd mentality writ large
Colin Brazier: We won't know whether the military can solve the migrant crisis until we try
Colin Brazier: At the start of the pandemic, top scientists confessed they thought Covid came from a Chinese lab
Colin Brazier: For the sake of the monarchy Prince Andrew must surrender his titles and get out of the spotlight
Colin Brazier: Are we neglecting British history over our US obsession?
Colin Brazier: Should we doubt about Joe Biden's abilities?
Colin Brazier: Elon Musk is a hate figure for woke people
Colin Brazier: We must avoid a situation where more people die of cancer than do of new Covid variants
Colin Brazier: Matt Hancock give up the political power trip
Colin Brazier: Britain’s broadcasters have once again shown, that for all their talk of diversity, they’re only interested in looking at things in the same way
Colin Brazier: Whether there was a party last Christmas at No. 10 is not a matter of life and death
Colin Brazier: It’s quite an achievement to have annoyed Pope Francis that he now likens the EU to a dictatorship
Colin Brazier: It’s important we push back, lest we begin to think it’s normal for someone to be threatened with arrest for having 'the wrong attitude'
Colin Brazier: The RNLI has divided the public opinion
Colin Brazier: What were the BBC thinking asking an old-loony left-winger to pontificate at a moment of national crisis?
Colin Brazier: The UK Government is not to blame for migrant death tragedy
Colin Brazier: Peppa Pig might be Boris Johnson's Waterloo
Colin Brazier: The BBC is once again its own victim of self-harm
Colin Brazier: Millions of people are hanging on every syrupy word of Meghan Markle’s latest interview
Colin Brazier: Inflation bullies those who can't adapt
Colin Brazier: What would our borders look like if they were administered by hard men from a tough neighbourhood?
Colin Brazier: What will it take to recapture the intellectual self-confidence to discuss jihadist terror?
Colin Brazier: Eastern Europe has a special wariness of outsiders
Colin Brazier: If you apply the lens of modern sensibilities, there is almost nothing from history someone won’t find objectionable
Colin Brazier: The Prince of Wales listens, the Sussexes just expect to be heard
Colin Brazier: If white privilege is so pervasive, why do some white people seem reluctant to embrace their whiteness?
Colin Brazier: COP26 is out of touch with the realities of life
Colin Brazier: Grubby suicide vest art still has the right to exist
Colin Brazier: For a gesture of solidarity to have any power and legitimacy it must be voluntary
Colin Brazier: It's time to reclaim heroic Lord Nelson's legacy