We comprise half the electorate. You’re either with us – or with those on the left who can’t even bring themselves to define us.
A bolder government would not win every battle it fought, but it would win more than one that never gave battle at all.
I urge conservatives from all backgrounds not to not be cowed by the Twitter-warriors and the Left’s outrage mob, to support each other and speak up when necessary and most of all to follow the evidence. We have everything to fight for.
The UK’s equalities framework looks set to fragment because whilst the Equality Act is reserved, the Gender Recognition Act is not.
The idea that the Tories must somehow liberalise its policy agenda more is utterly, totally farcical.
The Party cannot afford to keep indulging in tough rhetoric on ‘culture war’ issues if it isn’t prepared to drive proper legislative and organisational change.
A court defeat for Stonewall’s employer programme, and the shuttering of the NHS’s controversial Tavistock clinic.
The Attorney General on judges, Asian values, Spartans, the Good Law Project, Lord Frost – and why the Tories should revive the torch logo.
Sometimes, women and men simply prefer to be away from each other for a time – and the law shouldn’t get in their way.
Sir Anthony Eden offers the great modern warning: an expert who lacked the mental robustness to cope at the highest level.
Scotland’s new schools guidance is no excuse for repeating the tactics that brought Section 28 onto the statute book.
Hospitals across England are reportedly accommodating patients on the basis of gender rather than sex.
Are we inventing an issue that doesn’t exist in order for the Left to virtual signal and the Right to campaign against?
It seems they are more interested in gender identity than the concerns that have been raised in women’s prisons.
Recent guidance from the Judicial College goes far beyond appropriate and reasonable steps to ensure that transgender individuals are treated fairly.