By all means cut regulation on black cabs. But the cabbies’ union prefers to raise barriers to entry into the market.
Technological innovation offers new ways of giving, with the potential to change many lives.
The Government has allowed this radical project to slip down their list of priorities. It must be restored.
There is a sense of entitlement that they should be carried along without any competition, meaningful performance reviews or a healthy fear of unemployment.
Without this strategic step-change in our approach, the UK’s involvement in air strikes would achieve very little, and could be counter-productive.
This includes offering some a safe home here. This is something that we can do at least partly to make up for our less than impressive handling of the crisis so far.
Our findings confirm that – as one would intuitively expect – these stocks are crucial to the construction of risk-balanced portfolios.
It is the Conservative Party which produced the first ever female MP, the first lesbian leader in Ruth Davidson and the first female Prime Minister in Margaret Thatcher.
By deliberately underplaying the Conservative beliefs that help drive him, he’s had greater room for manoeuvre in putting them into practice.
Charles Tannock MEP: Assad is the lesser of two evils – we should cut a transitional deal and grant him immunity
We must address the source of the migration crisis, and find a way to face down ISIS. That requires a difficult decision.
Using the right language is important, lest we lend undue legitimacy or credibility to terrorists and murderers.
Sunder Katwala: Corbyn may offer the Tories a new opportunity with minority voters – but that’s no cause for complacency
The next election may see increasingly distinct pitches from each of the parties towards sections of the latter.
Low-tax atolls in areas of high unemployment and surplus housing stock could increase Government revenue, employment levels and home ownership.
Paddy Briggs: Rail privatisation hasn’t worked, but Corbyn’s renationalisation wouldn’t either. We need a third way.
Public accountability, not public ownership, is the key.
Extremism Disruption Orders are draconian and unnecessary: the Government is already equipped with a bristling arsenal of anti-terror legislation.