For starters, Khan – London’s Police and Crime Commissioner as well as its Mayor – seems more interested in climate change than crime.
The Prime Minister tasked me, the Home Secretary and the Attorney General with leading the Government’s fight against crime.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of a man whose social media activity saw him in trouble with the law.
Policymakers should be asking themselves whose quality of life worsens thanks to the current unplanned mess.
The Prime Minister has been criticised for rejecting the idea of this new law – on the basis it would stretch police resources.
The whole system is confusing and allows for too many incidents to be deemed “hate”.
Having been so focused on Covid health outcomes, we have lost sight of our nation’s terrible rate of drug-related deaths.
When it comes to law and order, it is undeniable that our voters are in favour of firm policies to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour.
He has abandoned the net migration target and salary thresholds – all the while infrastructure, particularly housebuilding, has stalled.
It’s your efforts on the doorstep and phone that will help us to deliver more local Conservatives with a proven track record of delivering good local services.
Controversial but reasonable opinions can be the basis of a visit from the police or even arrest.
The terrible choices the Government has had to make are a paradox of the UK’s success as an international travel hub.
Collectively, the group is deeply committed to righting the wrongs of the Windrush scandal and ensuring that this type of calamity never happens again.
People were tired of MPs talking tough, and delivering little change. But all that has changed with the Home Secretary’s new measures.
It’s speeches for Sunak, Patel and Raab; interviews in different formats for Gove, Hancock and others; while others still are relegated to panels…