Instead of a careless English nationalism that demands a new Assembly, let’s think carefully about allocating money around the United Kingdom.
Politically repressive, religiously moderate, pro-capitalist in thinking and ex-communist in feel, the country is bound up with British jobs, interests and prosperity.
For fewer accidents, less energy consumption, more tourism and brighter evenings, we should put them forward an extra hour all year round.
Diverting an RAF flight to supply specially insulated tents to Erbil before winter would save thousands of lives
The strength of voter concern about immigration has now reached such a pitch that voters are turning away from the mainstream parties.
A more grassroots-friendly forward momentum, significant achievements in office and under-estimating Ed Miliband’s ambition could all explain the party mood.
The Welsh Government seems to have buried its head in the sand in the blind hope of a happy ending.
Julian Mann: Why should Church of England schools be punished for the faults of Islamist extremists?
Ofsted recently scolded a CofE primary school in Bolton for failing to celebrate “religious and cultural diversity” – even though it already celebrates Eid and Diwali.
Bob Neil re-presents it for Second Reading today. Here are extracts from its Second Reading last time round
Britain lags behind other countries in this regard. 27 have already prohibited the use of wild animals in circuses.
Support from local businesses, active citizenship, and the occasional competition – these are the ingredients for a strong civil society.
On that basis, nine of the eleven seats that I polled would fall to Miliband’s party at the next election. Though, as always, this is a snapshot, not a prediction.
Despite the siren calls of Salmond and Farage, we should jealously guard our parliamentary system.
My regret is that, blamed for the disappointing result of 2010, the Conservatives dropped it as a slogan, and adopted a policy of “show not tell”.
Today’s figures, which show the biggest fall in unemployment since records began, are further proof of that.