Maybe it’s because I grew up next to the tower, or that I lost a member of my family in the fire, but next week’s anniversary of the tragedy has an added poignancy for me.
Only one per cent of Tory MPs were once manual workers. For a party that considers itself to be the champion of the Just About Managing, this is not good enough.
We should not let the Left’s virtue-signalling convince us that imposing further penalties on drivers would be a good idea.
Rushing our declaration would weaken our hand, and result in a worse trade deal.
It is a valuable part of a young person’s transition into adulthood.
Romanticising the model of selective education doesn’t change the fact it doesn’t actually improve performance that much.
In total, England has enough brownfield land for one million homes. This is nowhere near enough.
The Pupil Premium isn’t working – instead, let’s reward schools that demonstrate excellence and improve social mobility.
We should make it our over-riding priority to seek “full ownership” of homes within a generation.