William Hague is an enemy of Iran, and that's good enough for Israel (Daily Telegraph)

By Stephen Pollard, November 5, 2010

I have a piece in today's Te;egraph on William Hague's visit to Israel. It's here.

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Government must be made to foster small businesses (Daily Express)

By Stephen Pollard, November 2, 2010

I have a piece in today's Express on small businesses. It's here.

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Trade unions are back, and their aim is to create chaos (Express)

By Stephen Pollard, October 27, 2010

I have a piece in today's Express on the FBU strike. It's here.

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At last Cameron's Tories learn to love Baroness Thatcher (Express)

By Stephen Pollard, October 14, 2010

I have a piece on Baroness Thatcher's 85th birthday in today's Express. It's here.

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Booker Prize: It's a funny old thing, Jewish humour ... (Daily Telegraph)

By Stephen Pollard, October 14, 2010

I have a piece in today's Teleraph on Jewish humour. It's here.

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The JC's blogs, comments and bans

By Stephen Pollard, October 8, 2010

A number of bloggers have asked in recent posts if I
could explain our policy in relation to moderation, and what – and what not –
we consider acceptable.

Let me try to give some context. We have two aims, which
are in a sense irreconcilable. The tension emerges when we try to reconcile
them.

First, we want to encourage as many people as possible to
set up their own blogs and to use the JC’s site as a forum for debate and
discussion – in fact for whatever purpose people want.

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Shadow Cabinet elections

By Stephen Pollard, October 7, 2010

I've been trying to find a bookie offering odds on today's results, but with no luck. The reason? I'm convinced that one of the top places will be won by a man whose name hasn't been mentioned at all in the predictions: Jim Murphy.
Leave aside that he is one of the most popular MPs on the Labour benches. Leave aside his abilities. As Scottish Secretary, he had one job: to save as many Scottish Labour MPs' skins as possible. And he was remarkably successful in that task.

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The great scandal of the age

By Stephen Pollard, September 22, 2010

The Guardian today highlights one of the great scandals of our time. An outrage so, well, outrageous, that the country would, if we Brits had any decency, be protesting in the streets.

It is, of course, "UK poetry's ethnic imbalance".

Yup. Someone called Lara Pawson has penned a piece in the paper which appears to be serious, even though it just has to be a skit. I mean it just has to be...

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Come on my son...

By Stephen Pollard, September 22, 2010

Here we go again. Major Miller is running tomorrow at Fontwell in the 4.10.

Fingers crossed.

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