It is no exaggeration to say that Israeli policy in the occupied territories is not simply a matter of foreign policy - it is a matter for British domestic security policy too.

It is certainly possible that the government could lose it.

No objection in principle to removing people from the country or preventing them coming here if they are not conducive to the public good.

History also suggests that terrorism is rarely defeated until serious efforts are made to engage with the political and social problems that give rise to it in the first place.

Poetry is of so subtle a spirit, that in the pouring out of one language into another it will evaporate.

Nor ought a genius less than his that writ attempt translation.

What won't work is an approach which just says 'We have decided what we are going to do and we are just going to spend a lot more time explaining it to you'.

One of the reasons why (British) people got so worked up about Zimbabwe is that they identified with the white farmers. In the same way young Muslims very much identify with Palestinians.

I think most MPs now believe the police have made a case for an extension but not necessarily as far as 90 days, ... It is certainly possible that the government could lose it.