There is a danger that the military becomes merely a reserve of manpower for domestic services, rather than an instrument of our global ambitions.
It would not only bring practical benefits for the present, but could provide a means of easing societal problems in the future.
Constructing Nightingale hospitals, delivering vaccines, driving ambulances – such work mustn’t compromise their core function.
A sense of ownership comes not just with physical property but with a more intangible feeling of empowerment in your community.
There has been a hugely positive change in mindset when it comes to soldiers’ mental and physical health. Now we need to do more.
Investing in gigabit broadband will make boost regional competitiveness and make the home-working revolution much more viable.
They have existing infrastructure in place. But improved intercity transport is needed as well as building new homes.
The EU is caught between making more effective decisions and compromising its smaller members’ interests.
We must adapt or risk a lasting hit to one of the world’s economic command centres. A booster shot is needed to avert a smaller economy.
Making unused council building space available will allow greater space for pupils to be educated safely.
Many of those who self-identify as being on the Left also back key Conservative policies.
Their negotiating stance is often very aggressive and unyielding. They will seek to cause maximum damage at a critical time.
Ulster’s major parties are failing to adapt to a changing electoral landscape, creating an opportunity for a new, more practical politics.