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“We need to recognise that slavery was an accepted institution from the ancient period up unti the modern.”
The former Defence Secretary says the Prime Minister is lucky his adviser delivered such an unambiguous verdict so swiftly.
“The exclusion from home ownership of a whole generation is one of the worst things this Government has done”, says Anne Ashworth.
The peer and parliamentary expert discussed the Upper Chamber’s future with the former Tory leadership candidate.
The GB News presenter and former Conservative cabinet minister argues that we have heard “time and again that the Modern Slavery Act might be reformed, that we might leave the European Convention and that we might prevent people settling here who are illegal immigrants.”
Our woke elites want to return to the pre-modern idea of group rights, collective identity and advancement by caste.
Part of the charm of the new Housing Secretary is that one never quite knows what he is going to do next.
This compilation of some of the terms he has used shows how, while rising to national leadership, he reassured outsiders that he was still one of them.
And the axeing of the Victoria Derbyshire Show suggests that the next Director General must be a transformational one.
It’s a contest between Sunderland and Newcastle. But even if Labour does badly in early results, how much will that tell us?
Owen Bennett sets out the known facts about an astonishing Tory.
I just can’t see how parliamentary sovereignty is compatible with a potential Prime Minister being nominated by an extra-parliamentary body.
The present election will turn on whether MPs and activists put national popularity before ideological soundness.
The news was apparently lined up by the party to be announced later today. But she appears to have jumped the gun.
We regularly describe ourselves as a broad church – and correctly so. Any alignment with the Brexit Party would see that width of appeal narrowed.