Chagossians can now, after 45 years, be a little optimistic about their future. But will enough progress be made by the time the next election takes place?
The ban not only bars fox hunting but stag hunting, hare hunting and hare coursing with dogs. It is unacceptable to set dogs on to wild animals for sport.
One needs to rely upon the good sense of the British people not to vote for theocracy. Accordingly I see no reason at present to ban Hizb ut Tahrir UK.
The extent to which EU requirements and directives are now actively damaging our economy and frustrating our ability to put things right is noteworthy.
Not being able to trace your biological family history can have life-and-death consequences.
No-one can explain what the Bill is for – consistently, at any rate. And no-one seems to be in charge.
Come and see Open Europe’s simulation tomorrow, starring Andrea Leadsom MP, Pierre Lellouche, John Bruton, Urban Ahlin and Lucio Caracciolo.
Martin Parsons: After last week’s storms, government needs to take a long, hard look at our sea defences.
We need to plan for new sea defences in East Anglia and Southern England if tragic loss of life is to be avoided.
We need radical new policies to bring such consumer-friendly outlets to our high streets.
Teaching in technical education in London at the time, I saw at first hand the strengths and weaknesses of the then Education Secretary’s radical reforming measure
Pollsters’ reputations are based on accuracy, and they therefore have no interest in underestimating the support of UKIP, or any other party.
It is being undermined and destroyed by politicians just trying to please the masses.
The Commission’s rejection of eleven national parliaments’ wielding of a yellow card shows that parts of it are completely out of touch.
The Liberal Democrats want to turn mothers into baby incubators.
The peculiar British hostility to academic selection is responsible for keeping the layers of the corn-flake packet so still