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Is the free world prepared to show an ounce of the courage of the people risking their lives to defy the Iranian regime?
There was, and remains, a durable coalition behind a Tory Party that stands unabashedly as the champion of working people of every class.
Only when we work together to unlock the potential of Britain’s smallest entrepreneurs can we unleash the full power of the economy.
Foreign labour is an alternative to ministers facing up to how successive governments have gummed up domestic training and recruitment of medical staff.
The public sector has just swallowed another semi-autonomous set of institutions with little protest or controversy.
In a new report published by the Centre for Policy Studies, Nick Timothy and I are calling for a radical overhaul of Britain’s failing immigration and asylum system.
Police effectiveness must be boosted by a strategic shift to prevention. 20,000 extra cops has to mean one million fewer crimes, not 200,000 more people in front of the courts.
Stopping MPs for making an income outside of Parliament would further dilute the quality of the Commons.
We could just abandon some of our costlier spending commitments — for instance, the triple lock, or having a navy. But I’m assuming that when Tories talk about shrinking the state they have weight-loss in mind not amputation.
Only with my amendments in place can the bill truly protect security, privacy, and freedom of speech.
The Prime Minister must make up his mind whether or not to see through a policy to stop the small boats – now an issue of profound symbolic importance.
I would break this down into three broad and interconnected areas. How do we improve accountability? How do we embrace new technology? And how do we allocate resources more effectively?
The moral of this story is that these models provide interesting context – a little like horoscopes. But when it comes to decision-making, give me an economic historian in preference to a model any day.