It’s past time that the record was set straight on the life and achievements of this remarkable Tory statesman.
James Scales: How to help more disabled people achieve their aspiration – getting a job and keeping it
The current method that we use to assess employment support is fundamentally flawed, and should be overhauled.
Support for entrepreneurs, low corruption, strong institutions, and sensible taxes are a sensible blueprint for success.
His work provides a firm intellectual foundation for restoring the common law and passing power back to citizens and social institutions.
We persist in chasing the symptoms of problems in Iraq, rather than trying to work out the root causes – thus aiding the growth of Iranian power.
There are sound, conservative reasons to take rehabilitation seriously.
It was a British invention. But it makes no sense to subject ourselves to its rules once we have left the EU.
Will the UK get a deal? Much depends on whether other European governments or the EU Commission take charge on the other side of the table.
The health service has become the third rail of British politics – touch it and die. We need a dispassionate broker to assess the issues.
The Foreign Affairs Committee’s recent report is a good start, but much more work needs to be done.
Ed Barker: Don’t glamourise these killers by calling them terrorists. Treat them like the criminals they are.
People that stab policeman and run over innocent civilians are murderous thugs – and that’s the end of it.
It must be a target for expanded sanctions.
By making it hard to guarantee rent payments, pursue debts, or get information on tenants, the current system undermines confidence and restricts supply.
Now is the time to spread more of the success beyond the South East.
As a former Eurosceptic turned Remainer, I have adjusted to the new reality. Others – pro- or anti-EU – should do the same.