This first piece of a mini-series on what should be in the manifesto argues that the Conservatives must get serious about living within our means.
We can be proud of our record.
If universities want a more relaxed policy, they should argue for it – not seek to hide statistics that they find inconvenient.
Our innovative approach has improved services while the Council Tax is the second lowest of any county in the country.
The industry is highly competitive and can’t afford to subsidise peak-time travel. If prices don’t ration a finite number of packages, something else will.
Today’s papers show she already has a tough time pleasing everyone.
Let us make the county an even better and more prosperous place to live and work
The Education Secretary must navigate skilfully to get the proposals safely to port.
To advocate regime change without a plan for the future would be criminally negligent. What we can do is to influence, support and invest in the people of Syria.
The Government is doing everything it can to equip Wales to seize the opportunities of Brexit – which is more than can be said for Welsh Labour.
Inspectors need more discretion to allow for special circumstances, and parents an avenue to appeal decisions by head teachers.
While it is no surprise that the current party leadership has leapt at his new idea, neither the moral nor the economic arguments stack up.
Yes, Livingstone named him 12 times when interviewed by me this week. Plus: Saudi Arabia uncovered, Michael Howard unmuzzled. And: In memory of Helen Szamuely.
The Education Secretary is grappling with reform of the national funding formula for schools at a time when spending on them is under pressure.
Dissidents in Eastern Europe could look to Thatcher’s Britain to stand up for their liberty. Are we still the sort of people to whom democrats turn?