They followed the guidance from Sir Nicholas Winton: “if it is not impossible, there must be a way to do it”.
We’re aiming to go over work that our children would have been doing, had they been at school – and get them ready for September.
An 80-seat majority is a fabulous opportunity, but we need practical, effective and popular policies to deliver on our manifesto.
Too often, discussions about the sector generate more heat than light – and the light falls in the wrong place. We can do better.
Surely there is a strong case for capping student applications, not in arbitrary numerical terms, but on the basis of academic achievement at school?
Four female candidates contest tonight’s selection meeting for this very marginal seat – without any need for an all-women quota.
Boris Johnson’s former Head of Policy, the former Co-Chair of Women for Britain, and a geneticist who manages the Conservative Policy Forum make the final.
We can’t depend on the Government or internet providers to empower young people to use the internet safely.
The figure for the Kent seat is a disappointment for CCHQ – but it’s not disastrous in itself, and will help build a stronger voter base for now and next May.
Plus the full text of the Prime Minister’s letter to voters, promising “no stunts or backroom deals, just a strong local candidate you can trust”.
Three councillors – Tony Devenish, Anna Firth and Craig Mackinlay – will face the final selection meeting on Friday.