And, yes, it could be a woman.
We must forbid anonymity online.
All the evidence of polling and experience shows that a pact would make the centre-right’s electoral position worse – not better.
Is it fascination? Or a reaction to religion’s influence? Either way, a more tolerant approach would be welcome.
The federalists have learned nothing – even though all the evidence shows the current system is broken.
There is a moral in the conflated row exactly a week ago over Lord Freud’s remarks.
I think the future could be bright – but we need to go to them, since they won’t come to us.
It makes no sense to add to property taxes in the forlorn belief that there exists in bricks and mortar a pot of gold to be raided by politicians of the Left.
We are uniquely placed to compete in and win the race for business opportunities in the world’s largest democracy.
The FA’s proposals for 3G pitches are welcome. Now the Government must act on them.
Emma Gray: Flawed ambition. Deal making and breaking. Back-room manoeuvres. The political novel is back.
Women are now taking lead roles in political dramas – ones where they no longer have to always play Margaret Thatcher.
What is required instead is a complete revamp of the legislation that is being used to help govern the communications made on social media platforms.
Also: voters are more optimistic about their own economic prospects than the country’s.
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.