The clarity of Douglas Murray’s writing is a breath of fresh air in a vexed and tortured press. His arguments lay out bare the ridiculousness of his targets, be it the tired apologists for islam or those seemingly bereft of original thought for common problems.
His latest piece at the Gatestone Institute for the nomination of Reverend Gavin Ashenden for a Nobel Peace Prize is again flushed with reason and hope:
“Very occasionally — even in contemporary Britain — some good news arrives. No single piece of news has been more invigorating than the discovery that a member of the clergy of the Church of England has found a vertebra.”
Read more about his reasons: Nomination for Nobel Peace Prize: Reverend Gavin Ashenden.