In the News
Church of Scientology ‘cult’ is now deemed a real religion
Scientology: church, cult or corporation?
Indian court overturns ruling decriminalising gay sex
'UK Border Force failing to protect national security'
Dismantle the euro, says Nobel-winning economist who once backed currency union
'Send the lot back': UKIP councillor defends anti-immigration video comments
Locked up for eight hours for telling Nelson Mandela joke
Councils' 'beggars' warning ahead of new immigration wave
Do you know what your children are doing on Facebook? Parents warned after three men are convicted of grooming girls as young as 13 for sex
Terror threat to London as teenagers join war in Syria
The Syrian civil war is breeding a new generation of terrorist
Comment: First the mainstream politicians invited Muslims to colonise Britain. Then the mainstream politicians helped Al-Qaeda and similar Islamic terrorists to wage war against Syria. Having paid in taxes now presumably we will be expected to pay in blood for the 'eurabia' project of the mainstream politicians?
Britain's EU contribution to jump by £10bn as taxpayers carry burden of ailing eurozone
Fury as Gove axes requirement for schools to teach about First World War... on the eve of conflict's 100th anniversary
Education Report: UK Lagging Behind The Best
UK stagnates as Shanghai tops league table
On EU migrants, David Cameron is making promises he can't keep
Nigel Farage in The Telegraph
Scotland's government unveils rosy blueprint for independence
Los Angeles Times
The great Roma home giveaway
Benefits cheat who stole £82,000 while her husband ran £400,000-a-year tandoori restaurant is dragged screaming to cells as she is jailed
Adams: Murdered RUC officers ‘disregarded safety’
Gerry Adams' brother jailed for 16 years for raping his own daughter when she was a child
Support for Gibraltar from UK and Overseas Territories
British Parliament unites to condemn Spain’s diplomatic violation
EU flags disappear from flag poles
Comment: an initiative for the UK as well perhaps?
Spanish survey ship incursion 'provocative and illegal', says FCO
Can Uefa's newest football nation rock Europe?
Gibraltar can now vote in UK’s EU referendum!
Death Penalty News
Two men hanged by government in Japan in latest ‘secret executions’
Texas Executes Man for Corrections Officer's Death
Missouri executes serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin
Omar Sharif Cash sentenced to death
Indonesia executes drug trafficker by firing squad
Dozens executed in North Korea 'for watching foreign films'
Death Penalty Debate
Another thought on capital punishment
St Louis Post-Dispatch
Time to execute the Palestinian executioners
Execution is the way forward for women-murdering scum like Delhi rapists
Julie Burchill in the Mirror
Why death sentences were halted (Pakistan)
Sizeable support for reintroduction of death penalty (New Zealand)
National Business Review
Scotland's last execution: The story of 'Harry' Burnett
It's Debatable: Death penalty: Necessary or evil?
Death penalty is still recognised in Nigerian law
Comment: "We cannot, in operating a federation, impose on the various states how to run their laws" notes Nigeria's Attorney General of the Federation. This is in contrast to EU federalism which imposes laws on the states of the union.
63% back death penalty for terror
Should Britain bring back hanging for murderers?
Our opposition to the death penalty is absurd. Here’s why
Sean Jackson on Telegraph blogs
Survey shows over 85% of Japanese in favor of death penalty, if not ‘something worse’
The Japan Daily Press
Three-in-Five Canadians Would Bring Back Death Penalty
Angus Reid Polls
The Unique Challenges of Defence Procurement
Christians will pay for Western intervention in Syria - many with their lives
The Battle of Britain Memorial Day
The Battle of Britain Memorial Trust
Africa and South America Pursue Integration
Alex Newman - The New American
Require schools to teach about the two World Wars in new National Curriculum for History (England)
UKIP to be involved in 2015 Televised Debates
I am always disappointed to hear that a platform offered has been taken away again. It is a fundamental denial of democracy.
In no way should Mr Picardo be condemned for agreeing to a law faculty invitation in Andalusia, he must put Gibraltar's case wherever he can. I have been involved in UK politics for a long time. I well remember when Michael Heseltine MP (Secretary of State for Defence) was denied a platform in 1984/54 to address students at Stratchclyde University because 100 mindless morons decided to have a sit-in. Fortunately the Chancellor of the University rediscovered his backbone and the meeting was rearranged 6 months later in the University Senate as he recognised that the University had been humbled.
I think Spain has been humbled by these extremists in their midst and now Mr Rajoy should make it his business to accommodate Mr Picardo in Andalusia. Why not a public debate between the two leaders?