Douglas Murray is the Director of the Centre for Social Cohesion (CSC), a non-partisan think-tank founded to promote human rights, tolerance and greater cohesion among the UK's ethnic and religious communities. A best-selling author and political commentator, Murray's writings have appeared across the British and foreign press. A columnist for Standpoint magazine, he writes for many other publications including the Spectator and appears regularly across the British and foreign broadcast media.

Long out-of-print, Wigs on the Green, Nancy Mitford’s hilarious and troubling satire of her own family’s embrace of fascism in the 1930s has just been reissued. Douglas Murray on its uneasy humor.

The very idea of building a mosque there is a dangerous sign of Muslim demands on Western societies, says British authority Douglas Murray—and it shows that the U.S. must make a stand.