Loyalty works both ways: ministers should widen existing schemes for Afghans so they match the generosity of those available to Ukrainians.
The contrast between those blithe campaigns and this appalling landscape is unnerving, and raises profound questions about politicians and truth.
The Conservative Party should in future negotiate with the broadcasters so leadership contenders are not “writing Labour’s next leaflets”.
Allegations against Gove highlight once again how hazy understandings of the term have become.
Shadow home secretary says she does not “understand why Priti Patel is so failing to get a grip on this”.
We should remember that compassion is not weakness; Conservatives know that better than most.
The economic and strategic cases for welcoming highly-skilled people to the UK are compelling. It will help defeat Putin’s regime.
“So far, I think the Home Office and the government have got it completely wrong”, the Labour leader tells Sophy Ridge.
The Levelling Up Secretary was setting out how the Government is broadening various pathways into the country.
The department is appallingly bad at giving ministers accurate information about what is happening now.
Reeves, the Shadow Chancellor, sat nodding and smiling beside her Leader, while perhaps contemplating how she could have given the PM a harder time.
People in Britain see the horrendous sufferings of the Ukrainian people and want to help now, not in six months’ time.
Our international obligations do not oblige us to accept people attempting to reach this country from a safe country.
The best solution to the small boats is to expand safe, legal pathways to Britain for asylum seekers.
Hotels are not a place for families to reside long term, especially if people are suffering from trauma or have medical issues or disabilities.