“In the five months since I launched the plan,” the Prime Minister says, “crossings are now down by 20 percent compared to last year.’
The expensive subsidy creates a domestic training bottleneck, whilst this country’s demand for healthcare workers is met through immigration.
The attempt this week to silence her when she spoke in Oxford has had the opposite effect of making her and her arguments far better known.
We mark the Prime Minister out of ten for the five targets he imposed upon himself in January.
New research from Onward suggests that despite their reputation, this generation has plenty of small-c Conservative instincts.
We once again need to make the case for free markets, free speech, and free people. We need to particularly reach young professional people and get them to join our cause.
Ministers would need to honestly confront why we are so reliant on immigrant labour and then start implementing policies to cut that dependency – not at some point in the future, but now.
Whilst this was the largest monthly fall in inflation in over thirty years, it was still below estimates. Core inflation remains high, and interest rates will need to continue to rise.
Week after week the Prime Minister calls the Leader of the Opposition’s bluff and declines to be written off as a moral imbecile.
Keir Starmer asked the Prime Minister why the Home Secretary struggles “with points-based systems” in a low-key session.
The Prime Minister has chosen not to open an investigation into the Home Secretary over claims she breached the Ministerial Code.
Rather than try to put the cork back in the bottle post-Covid, the right needs to recognise the home-working revolution is here to stay.
“Peering through reverent fingers I watch them flourish and fall; And the Gods of the Copybook Headings, I notice, outlast them all.”
Secular stagnation, resource competition, and great power conflict loom. The era of growing interconnectivity and lowering prices is over; in a hostile new environment, self-sufficiency is everything.
Now that Labour has ceded the ground by deciding not to abolish tuition fees, the Conservative Party is uniquely positioned to steal a march on their opponent.