Something-must-be-donery is seldom a solid basis for policy, if ever.
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It is important that adequate time is given for scrutiny and opposition to avoid either bad law or the impression of a self-interested stitch-up .
Why Iain Duncan Smith is right to focus on boosting life chances rather than simply redistributing money.
Harman tried in vain to convince the House that Boris is in charge of airports policy.
If the Conservatives are the party of growth, of jobs and of enterprise, as we regularly hear, then we must also be the party of airports.
In 2005, the party still only had 17 women MPs. Ten years on, it is 68. The Universities are taking note.
A timetable for the London Mayoralty candidate selection is announced. And it looks like good news for Goldsmith.
There will be a long timetable and a primary of all Londoners. Regrettably, it won’t get the chance to consider all the candidates so far declared.
His intervention deftly combined standing foursquare with David Cameron with reminding his audience that, when the referendum takes place, they may differ.
With the airport commission set to report on Wednesday, we’re no closer to ending decades of inaction.
He is set to make his first major domestic speech on Islamist extremism. It must be pitched to make no compromises – and win Muslim support.
There is a common link between horror in Tunisia, murder in France and failure in Greece – a continent-wide crisis of politics, economics and culture.
Staying in the EU means growing risks our prosperity and freedom.
As the Government is forced to suspend rail upgrades, and news emerges of problems with other capital projects, is HS2 feasible?
Even if they do cobble together a deal, it won’t be meaningful reform and it won’t be lasting. Which leaves Out as the only option.