The international community must set out consequences for Beijing’s flagrant breaches of international treaties.
We should take pride in seven decades of refugee protection, and it is a principle we must uphold in the future too.
It is harder for liberal critics to impute racism, or undue severity, to a Home Secretary who herself belongs to an ethnic minority.
In some cases, officials seem confused around the rules, which one said change virtually every day.
Some seem to believes that they have a right to own the support of ethnic minority voters. Which they don’t.
We must now change the status of these passports to allow Hong Kong BNOs a quicker path to full UK citizenship.
Economically and politically, Beijing takes advantage of asymmetric openness: we’re open to them, but they are not to us.
We should measure the success of our aid programmes by the good we achieve, not simply by the amount of money we spend.
Self-determination always involves conflict. In some cases that is justified, a conflict of necessity. In others it is not.
A comparison with its neighbour, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is stark.
If he wants to rejoin the Conservatives, he should be readmitted. But that’s not to say that he should be the candidate in Clacton in 2020.
Unless we sort out the problems right now, then I fear it is a battle I will lose.
She had a profound impact on the ownership, focus and language of the debate about climate change and global warming.
Whether we measure literacy or longevity, infant mortality or sexual equality, the world in 2015 was a better place during this past twelve months.