The Conservatives have extraordinary credentials when it comes to fuel duty. Before 2010, it was almost certain that fuel duty would increase in every Budget, as sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
Learning is vital to rehabilitation; my committee’s new report contains a clear programme for long-overdue reform.
Critics of the Rwanda plan need to set out a practical alternative proposal that will satisfy the British people.
One MP compared the hold of the CEN over Conservative MPs to the Sparrows from Game of Thrones.
Steve Bray might be rude and crude, but it’s a price worth paying to avoid putting more barriers between politicians and people.
Of the main tax cut candidates urged on the Chancellor, the best available is a VAT fuel reduction.
The Chair of the Education Committee calls for ‘three rs’ from Johnson: respond to public anguish, take responsibility, and reset Downing Street.
The Industrial Revolution wrought enormous change, enriching the country and its people. It was a force for global good and thank goodness for it.
Among them are: what does he do about economic policy? Who runs Downing Street? And: what about the Home and Foreign Offices?
Thankfully the Government is taking the threat seriously and has launched a “back to school and college” campaign.
Live, government-funded, out-of-school teaching provision can help level up education.
When his family fell on hard times, education made the difference. Were there to be a vacancy in that department, he would be an obvious candidate.
Organisations should be invited in, to offer pupils professional mental health support, as well as sports activities and academic catch-up tuition.
The Government needs to provide an educational route map out of Coronavirus for schools and colleges – so that they can prepare.
The Prime Minister seems to be mulling some school re-openings pre-Easter. But how long will it last and who can really be sure?