Twenty-one per cent of gambling premises are located within the most deprived decile of areas, whilst conversely only two per cent are in the least deprived.
As a party we should welcome measures that can help address existing shortcomings.
Ignoring the over-representation of young black men as both victims and perpetrators of violence won’t stop families losing their sons.
The Government would do well to make clear from the outset that those being deported are not British citizens, and detail their crimes.
It will uphold the election manifesto pledge to protect our service personnel against vexatious claims and the growing judicialization of warfare.
We should follow the American example and offer an cheap, easy, and automatic pathway to residency and citizenship for those who serve.
The pandemic has sparked a new sense of community spirit and civic participation; the question is whether this can extend into the future.
Promises regarding an inquiry into Islamophobia have come to nought and so we continue to find ourselves unable to respond to criticism with a clear name.
Tagging offenders, and the provision of work programmes, can rescue those at risk of being lost to a path from which they will find it difficult to return.