Slight easing of tensions between nuclear neighbours India and Pakistan cannot disguise the worsening chances of fixing this global fault-line, says PAUL KNOTT.
Michael White says the home secretary's overreaction to the migrant drama at Dover was too tempting for a vote-hungry politician to resist
French writer, Marion Van Renterghem, talks to Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon about nationalism, Brexit and whether her country can 'take back control' from Westminster
Richard Luck champions the greatest explorer of the modern age - Reinhold Messner - and explores the tragedy which has helped drive him in his achievements
Tim Walker's diary reveals Paul Dacre may soon be heading up a Saudi-backed Telegraph, Damian Green's nice little earner and how fellow actors rallied round Sir Patrick Stewart in his hour of need
It is so easy to take the European Union for granted, or obsess about its faults, says SONY KAPOOR. But to understand its true value you need only look at how other global tensions remain unresolved
Next in the series looking at great European lives, Charlie Connelly looks at the life of Bert Trautmann.
Female refugees are facing countless threats all around the globe, says Samira Shackle. And their mistreatment doesn't end when they reach our shores.
How one case of forced marriage making its way to the UN court has marked the beginning of a shift in global feminism, Yasmin Alibhai Brown writes.
George Walden reviews recent books on Brexit and finds himself asking who can truly consider themselves patriots.
Former Fleet Street editor Peter Preston has died, aged 79. MICHAEL WHITE pays tribute to an ex-colleague and pro-European 'ultra'
STEVE ANGLESEY counts down the worst Brexiteers of the week.
The big guns - Boris, DD, Farage - all had pleasingly tricky years. But here STEVE ANGLESEY picks out 20 unsung zeroes who brought their side of the argument into even bigger disrepute.
The Prime Minister is doomed even if she survives yet another self-created crisis, writes reader Daniel Hunt.
Steve Anglesey picks out the worst Brexiteers of the week
Old bigotries dissolve, but they are quickly replaced by new ones if the vacuum is only filled by economic failure and inequality, by uncertainty compounded by weak leadership.
Five books of remarkable journeys by remarkable people.
The zealots who allow the Brexit fiasco to happen are diminishing the UK inch by inch, day by day.
To oppose extremism, European Muslims must speak up and be heard by those in power
We pick out the most wrong and unstable Leavers of the week
The Tories are back with their promise to reduce net migration to the tens of thousands.
Here's our weekly pick of the upcoming Remain-focused campaign activities, talks and events nationwide.