Hannah White, of the Institute for Government, refers in passing to “the UK’s infamous ‘unwritten’ constitution”. What is “infamous” about it?
For starters, Khan – London’s Police and Crime Commissioner as well as its Mayor – seems more interested in climate change than crime.
A new report into the NHS workforce uses immutable characteristics to decide how well employees should be doing at work.
Even adults are now being offered guidance on everything from climate change to whether they should wear a face mask.
Johnson’s patronage is limited, and the makeup of the parliamentary Conservative Party necessitates keeping such MPs on side.
Our members support 119,000 jobs across the UK, generate £4.5bn in tax for the Treasury and contribute £7.7bn to the economy.
If it is determined to thumb its nose at the attitudes of the majority, perhaps it would be better to take this cultural revolution to its logical conclusion.
They’re part of a broader move by the Government to rein in some of the more extreme politically correct excesses that went unchecked before.
It is deeply dangerous for discussions around this sector to not only exclude half of the population by gender, but ignore wider demographic change.
Our Party is at its best when it is a broad church, not only on the political spectrum but when we have voices from all walks of life.
In the private sector, constantly over-spending your allocated budget would not be dealt with by a bailout but by being shown the door.
Countries need a balance of self-criticism and self-confidence. People are often called on to act for a greater good. But if Britain is shameful, why bother?
It sends a clear, positive signal to young people from migrant backgrounds, among whom our Party lags behind.