Our Party has a proud history of trying to bring normal politics to the Province. UKIP have shown that progress is possible: we must commit to making it.
David Gauke MP: We need reform as well as restraint – and the Chancellor’s statement will help to deliver both
In the last Parliament, we were able to reduce the cost of government substantially, with administrative budgets falling by 40 per cent. But we need to go further.
Including contributions from Andrew Boff, Natalie Elphicke, Mark Field MP, Alan Mak MP, Sean Worth and Zehra Zaidi.
Liam Fox MP: A debased currency. Eroded earnings. Devalued savings. Today, the Chancellor must tackle this other security threat.
This spending review brings the moment when the need to live within our means and the protection of sacred cows clash head-to-head.
The service and sacrifice of a century ago has much to teach us today.
Isabel Oakeshott: Arron Banks’s letter. Is he striving to unite Eurosceptics? Or just throwing in the towel?
Perhaps it will not be beyond Elliott’s diplomatic skills to negotiate an amicable merger – with himself in charge.
John Baron MP: A successful Syrian intervention requires a grand strategy, and co-operation with Iran and Russia
We must be careful to learn the lessons of our past experiences in the region.
So much of the present crisis – and of the intervening suffering – can be traced to our failure to move decisively against Assad two years ago.
We need to be brave enough to publish the results of every Family Test – so that we can learn from what works – and what doesn’t.
The Institute for Government’s new guide reminds us that the Conservative-Liberal Democrat partnership helped to improve Britain for the better.
It’s the Government’s biggest infrastructure programme – but few have heard of it.
Returns on these Chinese-owned UK-based assets will no longer find their way back, via domestic pension funds, into the retirement income of Britons.
The author presents his evidence to House Of Lords European Union Committee (Financial Affairs) Call for Evidence regarding “Completing Europe’s Economic And Monetary Union”.
It is vital that both sides get back to the negotiating table, with mediators if necessary, to prevent action which will harm patients.
For starters, it would involve accepting a bigger, more redistributive role for the state.