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Stuart Reid

Stuart Reid

Stuart Reid was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, and went to Ampleforth. Since 2008 he has been writing the Charterhouse column for the Catholic Herald. He was deputy editor of the Spectator under Boris Johnson.

The lessons of 7/7: Islam, tolerance and American wars

A report issued by the Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee in May 2006 concluded that the Iraq war had provided a 'focus' for terrorist activity (PA)

Some have been learnt – the idea, for instance, that Britain should have stayed out of Iraq. But others have not

Beryl Bainbridge: the finest kind of reactionary

Beryl Bainbridge: the finest kind of reactionary

Dear Beryl Bainbridge died today at the age of 75. She was a wonderful woman, and a Catholic for a while

The day that was too beautiful for war

The day that was too beautiful for war

On July 1, 1916, skylarks were singing, and 20,000 British soldiers died