Ministers can do more now to further embed successful reforms and make our schools even stronger: by getting more into great trusts, and signing off another wave of free schools where they can shake things up.
In the same interview he said “I tend to be rather bad at politics”, which is true if one takes the holding of great offices of state as the yardstick of success.
This book will delight many of those who see the Brexit PM as a disgrace.
Conservatives should be careful not to assume that all Hindus are Thatcherites in waiting. Some regard standing up to Modi, and keeping his anti-Muslim politics out of Britain, as much more important.
Kuper says it would be best to stop Oxford and Cambridge teaching undergraduates, thereby removing “Oxbridge’s …distortion of British life.”
Johnson’s defeat should not be interpreted as a final victory for the prigs and martinets who presume to tell us how we should lead our lives.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of a man whose social media activity saw him in trouble with the law.
Here, in a nutshell, is why Labour is struggling to make progress. Its obsession with identity politics puts it at odds with the majority of British people.
This biography will be found invaluable by anyone seeking to work out what kind of a person the Labour Leader is.
Issues that could be settled in the pub are being taken to regulators and the High Court.
David Skelton catalogues the snobbish abuse heaped by progressive intellectuals on workers in neglected towns.
Liberal Anglicans are appalled by the plan launched by the Archbishops to attain salvation through House Churches.
It’s partnered with a Blackburn-based educational trust responsible for the running of 30 free schools and academies.
The term is used to understand the views of people living in traditional Labour heartlands. But it’s more complicated than that.
As soon as the emphasis shifts from surviving the pandemic to reviving the economy, he will become a key figure.