Geert Wilders

European politics is following in Israeli footsteps

1 April 2017 10:00

For Israelis, Europe’s political landscape is looking increasingly familiar. Whereas Israel was once seen as something of a political backwater, nowadays…

Geert Wilders didn’t win – but he has reshaped Dutch politics

16 March 2017 10:45

Rotterdam If the 2017 Dutch election was seen as a bellwether for populism in Europe, the verdict is still out.…

The Spectator podcast: Holland’s hurricane

26 January 2017 10:55

On this week’s episode, we discuss the hurricane that’s headed for Holland, the state of parliamentary sovereignty here at home, and whether…

The Eurozone crisis is as much a political problem as it is an economic one

17 February 2015 13:05

Veterans of Eurozone crisis summits, hoping for another nail-biting drama, had queued to get ringside seats. But yesterday’s meeting over…

The smears against Nigel Farage and Ukip have reached spectacular depths

19 May 2014 17:11

Inevitably the lowest attacks have been saved until the week of the election. For months now the neat drip-feeding of…

The worst form of censorship

8 November 2011 15:14

A week ago, the offices of the French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo were burned down. This attack came after it…

Is Chris Huhne proving coalitions don’t work?

4 May 2011 10:56

This country’s not used to coalitions. So when we got one we were sceptical. When it worked, we remained sceptical.…

Wilders in London

5 March 2010 14:52

Like Mr Eugenides, I’m on record opposing the disgraceful ban that prevented Geert Wilders from entering the United Kingdom. So…

A Good Day: Geert Wilders May Now Visit Britain

13 October 2009 16:30

Against all the odds, this is turning into a rare fine day. First the Guardian wins the Battle of Trafigura;…