Tory MPs and peers must push back against the Government’s amendment to the Nationality and Borders Bill.
A sense of ownership comes not just with physical property but with a more intangible feeling of empowerment in your community.
I was excited by Shaun Bailey’s manifesto before the London Mayoral elections, and equally upset not to have the chance to back it.
We must create a system which is tough on people smugglers, but ensures we extend hospitality to the most needy and vulnerable.
A ‘two-tier’ asylum system that penalises illegal entry makes sense, but the reforms to citizenship law are a big missed opportunity.
A positive agenda would encourage those whom we are now seeking to attract to take that extra step.
We should follow the American example and offer an cheap, easy, and automatic pathway to residency and citizenship for those who serve.
Doing so would improve social integration, enhance the contribution that migrants make, and allay public discontent over immigration.
What is it – and how can we strengthen it? That is the focus of Bright Blue’s latest report, published today.
Blaming the system for our predicament is at best a cop-out, and worst an attempt to distract from the fact that MPs are abrogating their responsibility.
Ideas and vision are necessary, but they are not sufficient. People need to see results and to achieve them they need to take part.
It also allows teenagers to develop a sense of adventure and independence – making them more employable and better citizens.
I live and work in Spain. My fiancée is an EU citizen. Each of our futures, and our shared plans, are now tangled in a Brexit waiting game.
He is uniquely placed to start to rebuild trust – and that task is essential to our Party’s future.