The Liberal Democrats have ruined our beautiful city. They have become arrogant and do not listen to the concerns of residents. The Conservatives are fighting for a better Bath.
Enhancement of our grammar schools, switching street lighting to LED, and maintaining weekly bin collections, rely on rigorous financial management.
The backlash against the Schools Bill is just the latest sign that we have let schools slip off the Conservative agenda.
High-performing settings should be given greater leeway to experiment with different arrangements – flexibility is key.
Parliament sports childcare facilities that most working parents could only dream of – precisely to let MPs focus on their job.
The Education Secretary will have powers to decide key details later, without parliamentary oversight – such as sharing children’s sensitive personal data.
It would be curious if transgenderism turned out to be one aspect of life that is immune from social contagion.
Work is under way in Bedfordshire to ensure a common local framework on absenteeism which is to include engagement with the child.
It won’t fix the problem on its own, but this is an opportunity to drive through worthwhile reform.
The exorbitant cost of raising a family has deep structural causes, but Johnson doesn’t operate on such terms.
Assessing individual rather than household income ignores real circumstances and penalises families.
Local authorities do serious harm to women and girls when they promote or appease gender ideology.
From early years and ‘ghost children’ to skills and tuition, what ministers should tackle next.
Pandemic and war, like two horsemen of the Apocalypse, leave the Chancellor scrabbling for a response.