The Prime Minister needs the courage to face down the tiny minority who want to rush through the Conversion Therapy Bill.
The country, which had made significant progress in its religious freedom policy, is under threat from military forces.
This is not just a priority for our foreign and overseas development policy – people face persecution and even violence right here in Britain.
There must be more to Global Britain than trade and defence. Our liberal values must be at the very heart of the project.
It is no secret that some senior civil servants in the Foreign Office do not share the Prime Minister’s commitment to implementing the Truro Recommendations.
The real risk of all this is that it gets praised – but is then quietly filed away. What needs to happen is a change of Foreign Office culture.
You can’t ignore the existence of couples and families that you’ve actively supported in legislation.
We don’t need a ‘Brexiteer’ leader, we need a unifier, a leader who is not marked by labels but by their ability to implement the referendum result.
Governments are more likely to help create conditions for it by seeking economic growth, rather than well-being.
It is damaged beyond repair by poor definitions, confusion and misuse. The term harms Muslims.
The Foreign Secretary had already impressed me with his focus on human rights. Now he has created new hope for Christians around the world.
In justifying their defence of Austria’s ‘blasphemy law’, its judges seem to be not just expanding but changing the relevant protections in the Convention.
The MPs, of course, pick the final two in a leadership race. Plus: the Westminster Transfer Window. And: my workaholic holiday.
The way equalities law applies to “philosophical belief” has created a messy courtroom battleground for all sorts of angry fringe groups to seek protection.