Teacher and pupils should be able to tolerate, respect, question, and challenge a pupil’s chosen identity in the same way that they might engage a pupil with interest about their religious beliefs.
In Liverpool or Slough the commissioners are sent in. Why does Khan get a special dispensation for financial bailouts, and to carry on as he pleases?
Getting Stormont up and running for the Belfast Agreement’s anniversary in April seems to be setting the pace, but only the DUP can make that happen.
The Prime Minister now faces the possibility of a report into Raab that is unlikely to clear him completely – thereby encouraging the media to pile on the pressure all over again.
ConservativeHome’s round-up of ten of our best articles from the preceding week.
The former Business Secretary is better placed to inherit the former Prime Minister’s old role as the teller of Tory verities – if he doesn’t want the job himself, of course.
There was only one contest yesterday. Labour gained a seat in Rotherham from the Rotherham Democratic Party.
We trust those who served in arms, or in uniform, with great authority and significant power. They must be held to the highest standards.
On the 13th of January 1913, the last formal private army in the history of the United Kingdom was established.
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The situation is politically unsustainable for the Government. Meanwhile, my media colleagues will find plenty of ways to “keep the story going” – that’s to say, project new allegations.
There is no splitting the difference between the centre ground of British public opinion and an extreme minority of activist bullies.
As drafted it would let many of those who block highways and vandalise property get away with it, just as they do today.
Gove is right to look to the 1980s for lessons. But the danger is that he is learning the wrong ones.
The time has come for us to banish the scandalous small boat crossings to history, break the back of the people smuggling gangs, and prioritise the world’s neediest.