These refugees need a permanent home where they can integrate and live productive lives. Here’s how to help that happen.
We need a bigger Conservative movement, and I believe we should build it using the only economic system that really works – private enterprise.
I have also been horrified to learn that the UK regularly incurs millions of pounds of costs each year in fines.
Plus: The UKIP London Mayoralty selection – latest rumours and plots.
The investigations into child abuse and the Iraq War both have the same failing.
Also: Villiers ‘unsurprised’ that Provisional IRA still exists; Scottish Labour tacks left in scramble for 2016; and Corbyn will comfort Old Labour dinosaurs in Wales.
A visit to a city on the edge of Europe highlights the tensions and contradictions of modern Turkey.
The Kennedy plan set out on this site could work. It would further professionalise our campaigning, while enhancing the local democracy that our Party depends on.
We must look at how home environments affect the opportunity to make a real difference to life chances. That’s where the CSJ and Christian Guy come in.
Iain Dale: Now here’s a thought. Let’s get “Margaret Thatcher, Queen of Soho” to this year’s Tory Conference
Three Iron Lady-based shows. Gyles Brandreth live. A play about Tony Benn. UKIP: the Musical – and more. What I saw during my week at the Edinburgh Festival.
While, even now, some high-minded people are getting through, many peerages are going to time-serving quangocrats.
Also: Kendall and Kinnock turn fire on Corbyn; Burnham confirms support for contesting Ulster elections; and former Tory MEP passes on.
His biggest advantage has been his rivals’ failure to argue against the substance of his platform.
Paul Abbott: Selecting Parliamentary candidates. We need to get the process going now – while Labour is in chaos
50 “nominated campaigners” should be deployed immediately in Opposition-held seats, to build up local Conservative champions behind enemy lines.
Plus: A return to Fleet Street. A venture to Edinburgh. West Ham win, David Laws loses. And: UKIP’s London members will have no say in the selection of its Mayoral Candidate.