But is it growing in the right way?
Too many politicians fear offending the SNP leader – it’s refreshing to see someone put their foot down.
Whatever your preferred system for appointing Peers, the simple fact is there are far too many of them already.
Assuming local authority “oversight” protects against Islamist extremism is misguided.
Yesterday’s Lord Ashcroft poll casts light on its chances of winning Westminster seats – and on where Nigel Farage might stand.
“It’s not my money, it’s your money, this is the money of people who have worked hard and saved hard.”
The fact that so little has changed in the intervening years, despite all Russia has done, is depressing.
For a government to legislate effectively to defy the court’s rulings while continuing to recognise its authority would be a contradiction in terms.
A week on from the day of sackings, who’s rocking the Prime Minister’s boat?
The fall-out from the reshuffle continues.
Any organisation in the region which is somehow at odds with both Saudi Arabia and Iran is not in good position.
And the subject of their joint sermon? Europe, of course, and the chances of repatriating powers from Brussels.
Michael Gove’s sacking – or betrayal, perhaps – has many parallels with Thatcher’s. His supporters must resist the urge to repeat her mistakes.
There’s already a culture war about faith schools. Expect one to grow about Muslim schools in particular.
The claims and counter-claims about “Trojan Horse” point to a bigger controversy – about the place of Islam within Britain’s schools.
As Matthew Elliott pointed out yesterday, there’s a long way to go. But there’s a story of progress in key appointments that should be told.