The socialist assumption is that they should be institutionalised from an early age. Has political cross-dressing really moved the Conservatives this far Left?
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A new report by Theos finds support for reciprocity and mutual support rather than means testing.
Jill Kirby is a writer and policy analyst, and was Director of the Centre for Policy Studies, 2007-2011. “If you… Read more »
Was it the curse of Clegg, the EU, Whitehall intransigence or the advice of the Education Select Committee, or all… Read more »
This has been a fractious year for the coalition, during which Nick Clegg's evident discomfort with his Conservative colleagues has… Read more »
Leicester MP Keith Vaz has called for an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of Jacintha Saldanha. Mr Vaz… Read more »
“Anybody who is against this bill is putting politics before people’s lives.” So Theresa May informed readers of the Sun… Read more »
Yesterday we learnt that the coalition's back-to-work programme has missed its own, rather modest, target. Fewer than 1 in 20… Read more »
In his speech to the CBI on Monday, David Cameron made an important admission: the coalition has been ineffective in cutting… Read more »
Remember the “database state”? Before the last election, freedom lovers in the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties were highly critical… Read more »
Politicians are always telling us how much we love the NHS, and how we should value the nurses and doctors… Read more »
“Excruciatingly difficult” is how Nick Clegg describes the new tax charge intended to recoup child benefit payments from households in… Read more »
Isn't it time we started trusting our MPs a little more? Last week the Telegraph reopened its expenses war on… Read more »
Childcare Minister Liz Truss is right to point out that the last Labour government spent far too much money on… Read more »
When the Tory faithful last met in Birmingham, two years ago, an audacious announcement by George Osborne on breakfast TV… Read more »