For people to integrate and find work, they must be able to learn the language.
Andrew Allison: Grayling must find his inner Reagan – and smash the rail strike that is holding commuters to ransom
If those striking drivers and guards don’t want to sign new contracts, that is their decision, and if they don’t, they must be shown the door.
My guess is that he would have argued that this is a matter for Parliament, with no need to resort to the judiciary.
I’m certain the change will yield many prizes, and chief amongst them must be taking back control of our own mountains, beaches, moors and marshes.
Danny Kruger: Prison drugs policy is itself like an addict. Always chasing a higher high – with diminishing returns.
We won’t tackle the problem until prisoners have something better to do with their time than smoke themselves into another world.
The NHS desperately needs a regulatory environment which will force it to think more entrepreneurially and collaboratively.
Chris Whitehouse: Why on earth is Greening risking the criminalisation of thousands of responsible parents?
Since when did it become a Conservative approach for the state to come between a reasonable parent and his judgement about what is best for his child?
His Machiavellian approach, backstabbing and dubious tactics cost him popular support. The nation’s problems remain unsolved.
To mark Key’s resignation, we republish our founder’s insights into the basis of his success.
If the Business Secretary wants to become the man for enterprise, he needs to challenge his own bureaucrats.
There’s a flaw in the European Commission’s North Sea Plan that we mustn’t ignore.
John Longworth: Don’t let the Remain wreckers and anti-democrats defy the will of the British people
The Supreme Court hears the Government’s appeal this week. Ministers must get on with moving Article 50 as quickly as possible.
We need to plant the seed of curiosity as soon as humanly possible.
A fundamental clash between cosmopolitanism and communitarianism is taking place – and it cuts across Left and Right.
Bobby Friedman: All praise to Corbyn – who, in these grim times, rises to the challenge of cheering us all up
Take a man who believes so sincerely in his convictions, and who cannot possibility countenance the possibility that he’s wrong, and you strike comedy gold.