Melanie Phillips

Archive for November 2011

  • 29 November, 2011

    The British embassy in Tehran has been attacked. A mob threw petrol bombs, burned the Union flag and at least one vehicle and smashed a portrait of the Queen.

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 28 November, 2011

    A particularly egregious claim by proponents of anthropogenic global warming theory is that ‘the science is settled’ and that there is a consensus amongst scientists that the atmosphere is catastrophically heating up because of man’s ever-heavier carbon footprint.

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 28 November, 2011

    Even in our crime-wearied times, people sometimes behave with a heartlessness that just stops you in your tracks.

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 25 November, 2011

    The excellent Tim Montgomerie makes the point in a Guardian column today that, having headed a minority government for five years, the Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper last May led his Conservative party to its first majority in two decades.

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 23 November, 2011

    The violence in Egypt has continued to escalate as the demonstrators out on the streets insist that the army council step down immediately.

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 21 November, 2011

    Listening to Britain’s Foreign Secretary William Hague on BBC Radio’s Today programme this morning, I nearly fell off my chair.

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 21 November, 2011

    The Guardian reports today: 'Desecration, defecation and substance abuse are among the issues St Paul's Cathedral has had to cope with because of the protest camp in its churchyard, according to legal documents filed by the City of London Corporation ahead of its attempt to evict activists from the area.'

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 21 November, 2011

    Once again, Prince Philip has performed an invaluable national service by tilting at windmills — or to be more precise in this case, wind turbines.

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 18 November, 2011

    Despite – or perhaps because of – the barbaric repression perpetrated by President Assad of Syria upon his people, with an estimated 3,500 having been killed since the popular uprising there began some eight months ago, the opposition to the regime is getting stronger.

    Published in: Daily Mail

  • 17 November, 2011

    Baroness Manningham-Buller, the former head of MI5, is rapidly becoming a priceless guide to what to think. That is to say, whatever position she adopts is an excellent indication that the opposite view must be correct. For her misjudgements are as egregious as they are multiplying.

    Published in: Daily Mail

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About Melanie

Melanie Phillips is a British journalist and author. She is best known for her controversial column about political and social issues which currently appears in the Daily Mail. Awarded the Orwell Prize for journalism in 1996, she is the author of All Must Have Prizes, an acclaimed study of Britain's educational and moral crisis, which provoked the fury of educationists and the delight and relief of parents.

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Books

  • The World Turned Upside Down
  • Londonistan
  • The Ascent of Woman
  • America's Social Revolution

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Melanie Phillips
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