There is much that we can offer the region thanks to our expertise in many of the twenty-first century’s key industries.
Justin Trudeau’s government is much less prepared to call what China is doing in Xinjiang a genocide, however.
If we are to grow as a nation and pay for public services we need to encourage entrepreneurs and support businesses – not make life harder for them and kick them in the teeth.
Warmed-over Thatcherism and self-serving, Lib Dem-flavoured constitutional reform talk is no foundation for a breakthrough.
Whatever you think of Boris Johnson or Priti Patel, they never invoked the Civil Contingencies Act to sweep Extinction Rebellion from the streets.
Endless efforts at constitutional appeasement after the 1980 referendum saw the country come very close to breaking up in 1995.
The CPC had 169,000 members at the end of 2021; now it has 678,000. The long-term impact on the Party remains to be seen.
The lesson of Scott Morrison’s defeat in Australia is that no government is immortal. In a democracy, that is exactly how it should be.
It is an essential British interest that Putin’s efforts to split Germany, France and Italy from the front line states fails.
Just as its energy dependence on Russia cannot be reversed overnight, decades of drift into quasi-pacifism reflect a deeply embedded outlook.
Geopolitical risks create uncertainty in energy markets as reliability is questioned, pushing up prices and creating resistance to climate change goals.
How did a country renowned for politeness and moderation end up executing such an extraordinarily authoritarian response?
Trudeau has made shocking threats to his citizens, who could lose access to their bank accounts should they be involved in trucker protests.
The new variant is a reminder that the world is in it “together” when it comes to beating the virus.
The country is approaching a competitiveness cliff-edge. The Government must change course before it’s too late.