Barbara Kay: Germany was determined to expunge dangerous anti-Semitism. Now it’s back

Merkel’s government and Germany’s liberal elites are desperate to maintain the fiction that integration of Muslim immigrants and migrants will proceed apace with time

Bad things that are tips of bad icebergs shouldn’t happen to good people. But if they must, it’s as well they happen to people with influence to command respectful attention.

Gordon Wasserman (since 2011 Baron Wasserman) grew up in Montreal, won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, and joined the U.K. Home Office in 1967. He is presently a Conservative member of the House of Lords and Government Advisor on Policing and Criminal Justice. The “bad thing” happened to his grandson, “Oscar,” not his real name.