Sara Khan should hold an investigation into racial and religious prejudice among all the main parties.
Shropshire and Bournemouth are among those councils holding memorial events in response to a plea from Lord Bourne.
Polling suggests real concern among them about extremism. But one wouldn’t think so from the coverage of her appointment.
I am fed up to the back teeth with people pronouncing that such terrorist atrocities have nothing to do with the perpetrators’ religious views.
Plus: May’s legs, Starmer’s hair, Sturgeon’s legs, Warsi the enemy within, Carswell the rebel without, pigs may fly in Dumfries. And: A Rudd-faced Home Secretary.
It cannot go about its daily businesses as efficiently as it might while the Party Chairman’s authority crumbles under the weight of daily media stories.
The death of one good man will not be assuaged by another good man being forced to resign by media pressure.
Plus: a tough week for Howlett. Sleepless nights for Feldman and Shapps. And: The absurd Harris-Quinney resurfaces.
A description of the person most likely to give national projection to the opposition to Islamist extremism already present among many British Muslims at a local level.
Through Project Maya Catania, Tories and their European colleagues are donating time and money to provide practical, on the ground relief to migrants in Sicily.
The reason for the defensive reaction displayed arises from a lack of confidence regarding the status of Islam in Britain and other liberal societies.
Election day is scarcely eight weeks away, presenting a united front matters, and this is no time for the Conservatives to be squabbling over immigration policy.
Some figures, courtesy of Ian Warren of Election Data.
Also: Warsi leaves the Government as the only Tory with a negative satisfaction rating among party members.
Crime, tax, aspiration – just some of the ways to win female voters back.