It has also contradicted its stance that “laws which impact the people of Wales should be made in Wales”.
Incarcerating more criminals for longer has saved millions of people from becoming victims of crime.
Every day in the UK we get together to wonder why Britain abandoned the idea of fairness.
Kevin Hollinrake: Why the National Minimum Wage should be raised to the level of the National Living Wage
A new study shows that paying a living wage is good for employees, and that it’s proving to make good business sense too.
Rob Semple: The first multi-constituency Association. A central membership trial. My spring forum progress report.
Party members are united in their expectation that every Conservative MP must back the boundary reform proposals when they come to Parliament.
Douglas Hansen-Luke: Here’s how we can help Syria – by feeding, educating and treating its refugees.
To advocate regime change without a plan for the future would be criminally negligent. What we can do is to influence, support and invest in the people of Syria.
Martin Parsons: For Syria to have a future, the West must stop jihadist genocide as well as Assad’s war crimes
Action must go beyond ISIS to prevent other, similarly-minded, jihadist groups prospering.
Ben Rochelle: How can Greening get out of the trap she’s in over the National Funding Formula for schools?
During a meeting with other disgruntled Conservative MPs, George Osborne allegedly told the Education Secretary: “Now you see why I didn’t do this.”
It is incumbent on all of us who have participated in the EU debate, on both sides, to confess to some sins and omissions.
Millions followed official advice and bought diesel cars. They must not be punished for the errors of others.
It’s no wonder Opposition campaigning on the health service isn’t cutting through when between 87 and 97 per cent of users would recommend it to friends and family.
Lord Ashcroft: The parties.The leaders. And leaving the EU. What my 10,000-sample poll and focus groups found.
If the Government thinks that we cannot have our Brexit cake and eat it, Ministers must be careful not to let expectations get out of hand.
We should take the opportunity to remind ourselves what real progress means and rededicate ourselves to its cause.
Tom Hunt: So you welcome OFCOM’s new BBC scrutiny role? Don’t. Here’s why it could make matters worse.
It turns out that the arbiter for all but a relatively narrow range of complaints will be the BBC’s own Unitary Board.
The Government is doing everything it can to equip Wales to seize the opportunities of Brexit – which is more than can be said for Welsh Labour.