Articles by Daniel Hannan
There is no Leftist argument for a system that places the highest tariffs on the items that make up the largest share of the weekly bills of our poorest households.
Will the Labour Party pay the price at the polls for Corbyn's Czech connections?
The Oxfam revelations are far more disturbing than the reports of boorish behaviour by businessmen at The Presidents Club dinner.
Attention-seeking Nigel Farage has given a massive biggest boost to the Remain cause in 2018.
A policy is judged, not according to its utility, its internal consistency or its practical impact, but by how closely it accords with tribal values.
There is only one possible reason to remain in the customs union, namely as a way of transitioning back into full membership.
Eurosceptic politician Daniel Hannan offers some thoughts which would, in 'normal circumstances', be uncontroversial.
Ireland's position is that the UK should stay in the customs union, but this is plainly not going to happen.
The UK has three realistic options: join the European Free Trade Association; postpone Brexit to 31 December 2020; or walk away from talks now.
Repeatedly told that it was either Islam Karimov or the fundamentalists, a number of Uzbeks concluded that perhaps the fundamentalists weren't so bad.
Our legislature, flooded by Cameron and Blair, is second in size only to China's. This is not a sustainable situation.
200 years after David Ricardo's heyday, why are we seeing a swing towards protectionism from those who describe themselves as leftists?
I'm not expecting Brussels to do Britain any favours; I'm simply expecting it to act in its own interest.
Because of its history, Britain will never be the underdog. That doesn't mean it can't be right.
Remainers make Brexiteers look deceitful in order to undermine the authority of the referendum.
When it comes to Brexit, it's easy to see who is a Tigger and who is an Eeyore.
The victims are Muslim, and the persecutors are Buddhist - which doesn't neatly fit our Western world-view.
Labour is putting forward an idea that it knows to be unworkable.
Each side needs the other and builds up the opposition as larger and more menacing than it really is.
Americans are as fussy about hygiene as any people on Earth.