The Prime Minister must make up his mind whether or not to see through a policy to stop the small boats – now an issue of profound symbolic importance.
The new leader should review the Government’s current plans and focus limited time and political capital where it counts.
Unless Ministers get more grown-up in their rhetoric, they are going to set expectations at a level they cannot and should not meet.
The Court has simply made up its jurisdiction to provide interim relief. More specific to this case, it had no proper application before it.
It’s best thought of as a contagion that spreads across the divide between parties and factions.
Proposals that define Convention rights in ways other than the Court determines send the wrong message.
After a stumbling start, the Government is heading in the right direction on human rights reform. But there remains much to do.
The solution is emergency legislation that lists in a schedule every Russian national who has been the target of EU and US sanctions.
The Prime Minister needs the courage to face down the tiny minority who want to rush through the Conversion Therapy Bill.
Two recent judgments reflect the concerns about overreach we have covered at Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project.
Such is the logic of the new Justice Secretary’s appointment – and the combative stance of the Attorney-General.
A month after his tragic death, we must re-establish social norms around respect for people’s faith in society.
The auditorium may be dull but the fringe is not – as questions from our past haunt the future, such as: will the productivity gains come?
The Government’s scheme is deeply problematic and there’s a potential Commons majority against it.
And we’re all for a rebalancing – but Parliamentary government must mean Parliament in full, not just the executive.