What is less recognised is the way in which David Cameron’s Government decided, not without risk to the Conservatives’ electoral prospects in some key marginals, to withhold patronage and money from some Muslim organisations that, fitfully, had gained both under Labour.
The Transport Secretary, an early backer of Johnson for the leadership, has become one of the Government’s most trusted media performers
For all the Government’s faults and Johnson’s flaws, it’s untrue that Conservative Ministers make no difference – as the sacking of Qari Asim demonstrates.
Constant criticism has distracted from the strategy’s essential focus: stopping people from becoming supporters of terrorism or terrorists themselves.
Traditional secular nationalist-driven Palestinian terrorism has been taking on a more religiously motivated dimension in recent years.
In financial sanctions and diplomatic recognition, the West has the tools to drive change in Kabul this International Women’s Day.
But beware, Prime Minister: there is no divine right of parties any more than there was a divine right of kings.
The row over the Northern Ireland Protocol must not be allowed to poison co-operation with our continental partners on defence against Russia.
A new report into the NHS workforce uses immutable characteristics to decide how well employees should be doing at work.
The country’s Prime Minister is a classic cakeist – berating the EU on the one hand, but not seeking to leave on the other.
Zahawi, the new Education Secretary, should consider whether the bill as it stands is a sticking plaster.
The Government can help to ensure that one of the faith’s leading authorities publicly stresses the rights of religious minorities and women.
With a Batley teacher still in hiding, the Shadow Minister for Community Cohesion equates drawings with public vandalism.
In the large Muslim communities in such towns as Dewsbury, Blackburn and Bradford, integration is not taking place.