He says that while Birmingham itself and Solihull are particularly buoyant, large parts of the region feel that they have missed out on growth.
Interview: Damian Collins on how the Government can remove the sword of Damocles dangling over the press
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee Chairman says that the key is for IPSO to adopt a Leveson-compliant system of low-cost arbitration.
Interview: Philip Davies on standing up for his views – “The place where bullying happens most is in the House of Commons”
The Shipley MP says his views on women and equality are reasonable, and that Labour is shaping a culture that seeks to silence dissent.
He sees the referendum result as a “defining test” for Britain, and is charged with finding solutions to help meet the challenge.
“I think you can argue that between February and the start of July, every single decision that Michael Gove made changed the course of British history.”
Interview: Philp – Mutual equivalence wouldn’t be a permanent solution for the City. But it would be a start.
The Treasury Select Committee member warns that unless the Government is more open about its Brexit plans, banks will start to move staff abroad.
Interview: Tom Tugendhat on how lawyers are harassing soldiers, and how he is campaigning to stop it happening
He tells the story of his campaign to stop the ECHR being applied to armed conflict.
Interview. Crabb on his “party and national unity candidacy”. And why we need a One Nation Government that gets on with Brexit.
“I think that I’m somebody with a strong grasp of some of the social and economic divisions in our country and with a sense of direction for the future.”
In Dyfed-Powys, they have cut top salaries and commissioned specialists to improve results.
Interview: Nicholas Soames compares Brexiteers to an Alsatian that must be kicked “really hard in the balls”
He regrets the resignation of IDS, condemns Liam Fox, and says the press has grotesquely exaggerated the Government’s difficulties.
The one-time Shadow Minister for Europe on the the Lisbon Treaty, William Hague, immigration – and the time when Cameron rebelled against the party line on the EU.
The leader of a new pro-Remain campaign group makes a “pragmatic” case for staying in the EU, and says most Conservative MPs agree with him.
The Arts Minister defends Tracey Emin, but is most proud of leaving the Arts Council alone.
Interview: “The power of such laws is that they change attitudes.” Hague on the 20th anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act.
Opposed by Clarke and Heseltine, supported by Lilley and Portillo and backed by John Major as Prime Minister, it was the former Tory leader’s “proudest achievement”.
Interview: David Willetts demands “Beaverbrookism” to bring intergenerational fairness in housing and pensions
Willetts has no objection to getting local councils to build more houses, and “hopes and believes” Osborne will find ways to alleviate the cuts in tax credits.