Liz Truss has much on her plate, but making sure already bloated corporations are not permitted to eliminate cash payments would be a wise move.
The Government will never be able to get a grip on crime if the infrastructure of prosecution has rotted away.
Covid aside, if one single issue proves the ineffectiveness of the Johnson administration, it is housing.
Conservatives cannot afford to cede the initiative to Labour’s short-sighted politics of spite.
Parliament sports childcare facilities that most working parents could only dream of – precisely to let MPs focus on their job.
The Khan Review is a glimpse of what happens if puritans are given completely free rein to rule over their fellow citizens.
Access to better schools is more dependent on one’s finances than it was when we still needed ration books.
We must abandon the absurd, reductive notion that only STEM subjects are useful to young people in the modern world.
It would be far better to improve prosecutions for tangible crimes against women, such as harassment and violence.
Complying with the request for extradition from the United States would be a blow for press freedom on both sides of the Atlantic
The move is also out of step with public opinion, and risks fueling negative social trends.
If Britain is happy to keep commercial surrogacy illegal here, why is it okay for British citizens to exploit foreign women?
At a time when the UK is reeling from the impact of cyber attacks by suspected Chinese agents, it is bizarre to chase friendship rather than follow caution.
Zahawi must act to prevent “ideological race materials” being rolled out in schools by left-wing councils and others.
Projecting sexual imagery as a form of entertainment can’t continue if we intend to remain a civilised society.