Thursday Dec 5
Merav Michaeli: 'Time to bring an Arab party into government'
Ms Michaeli was one of Israel's top TV presenters and producers with a career that spanned entertainment, documentaries and a regular column in the prestigious Ha'aretz daily.
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In this week's Spectator Diary, Lord Lawson, chairman of the Global Warming Policy Foundation, partly lifts the veil on a curious "secret meeting" held at the House of Lords between a team from his GWPF and six scientists from the Royal Society.
Herzog won Labour by talking diplomacy
Hilik Bar, secretary-general of the Israeli Labour Party, is sitting puffy-eyed in his Knesset office.
Twannng! Iran has its catapult back, the wary Tory warned, writes Quentin Letts
William Hague's new agreement with Iran scales back its nuclear plants in return for their readmission to international diplomatic circles.
Ed Miliband's crucial role in Iran nuclear peace deal
Mirror columnist Kevin Maguire says the Labour leader managing to stop US President Barack Obama from bombing Syria made it possible His threats of armed strikes - opposed by Israeli intelligence chiefs - ring hollow when the US, Iran's Great Satan, is a signatory.
There's no peace for poor old Mr Blair, writes Peter McKay
Yesterday, there were three big stories about our former Labour premier, Tony Blair, none of them helpful to his reputation as a statesman and Privy Councillor Why do events conspire so often now to prevent Tony Blair enjoying his post-Number 10 life of diplomatic privilege, first-class international travel and great wealth? Yesterday, there were ... (more)
Israel's opposition Labour party elects new leader
Israel's struggling opposition Labour party has elected a new leader seen as a potential moderate ally for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's rightist cabinet, results of a party poll showed on Friday.
Donald Macintyre's Sketch: Rev Paul Flowers tops the agenda - not to Labour a point
Donald Macintyre writes political sketches for The Independent, having been Jerusalem correspondent since 2004, covering Israel and the Occupied Territories, as well as travelling for the paper to Iraq, Turkey, Jordan, Libya and Egypt.
Matthew Hooton: Conservatives offer Key a glimmer of hope
When he won the Labour leadership in September, Mr Cunliffe's more fevered supporters believed he would march to the prime ministership as dominantly as John Key in 2007/08.
Peace process is doomed, says security veteran
There are few living Israelis who have more experience in the fields of both war and peace than Ami Ayalon.
Labour primaries barely register in Israel
The leadership election for Israel's Labour party will take place next week but has so far failed to attract much media attention.
Douglas Alexander attacks critics who compare Israel to Nazis
Following a tour of Auschwitz, the Labour frontbencher said people who liken Israel's treatment of Palestinians to the suffering of Jews in concentration camps are "as offensive as they are ignorant".