Hopefully, these efforts will pay off next week when national leaders decide whether to open talks on trade and a transition period. It is time to get down to business.
The Right’s retreat from academia and colleges means students are being indoctrinated with the stale orthodoxies of lefty liberalism.
Our commitment to overseas development is under constant political pressure, but it enhances British soft power around the world.
Every Tory I know is in politics to help the less fortunate, but we must get better at telling voters that.
The Prime Minister needs to be more self confident with the media.
The Government is not only for the JAMs (Just About Managing), but now also apparently for the NAAMs (Not At All Managing).
Homes adapted for individual requirements allow more independence and better value for money.
“We believe in the good that government can do.”
We must speed up family reunion, implement the Dubs amendment with integrity – and work towards ending child detention on the continent.
I am a strong advocate of a family test. However, I don’t want the focus to be a bureaucratic test but a human one: call it the Lucy Test.
It would be a tragedy if our reforming zeal and the important changes we are making became lost in a sea of negative internally-generated noise.
Forget IDS’ Easterhouse modernisation and Osborne’s Soho modernisation. It’s time for Erdington modernisation.
Sanctions have failed – help and rewards for going back to work are needed.
If he decides for Brexit, he could frame the debate.
Strengthening relationships from birth quite literally saves lives.