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As nearly 70 of the party’s MPs successfully campaigned to remove 30 criminals from a flight, their leader has gone quiet. Again.
One of the school’s teachers has been fired for making a video about differences between men and women.
It could be called the “Brexit” of the Coronavirus crisis, provoking polarised responses each way. But the reality is more nuanced.
Johnson’s 50:50 target for women in parliament. An important pledge – but Conservatives should avoid quotas.
It would undermine the Conservative ideal of self-determination. Furthermore, it’s “equality of opportunity” that policies need to focus on.
The last month has seen unprecedented scientific breakthroughs in vaccine development. Here’s a round up of the ones the Government has bought.
The proposed foreign aid cut. Many Tories are against it. But Sunak has limited options as he tries to salvage the economy.
Reports suggest the Government is planning to reduce spending from 0.7 per cent of gross national income to 0.5 per cent.
The Government is up against the clock to justify its next set of restrictions – as the Covid Recovery Group grows
Even if the Government ends lockdown on December 2, it will be under pressure to prove why some areas should be under a tiered system.
Newspapers have called her the “Duchess of Downing Street” and suggested she formed a “crew” with other women to see off Lee Cain.
Public attitudes have become more relaxed about school reopenings. But the battle is not over for the Government.
Unions are pushing for more closures and a rota system. It’s imperative the Department of Education fights its corner.
The vaccine. The biggest breakthrough so far in the Covid-19 battle. But a logistical challenge unlike anything else.
Yesterday’s news marked an incredible achievement. Even so, there are many hurdles to vault.
He is averse to using numbers as the main instrument of control – perhaps viewing them as an arbitrary measure of success.
Drakeford’s ban on “non-essential items” sounded like a bad idea – and the results speak for themselves…
The Welsh government has found itself getting involved in an argument about sanitary towels, thanks to its bizarre policy.
From medical issues to the political warfare it could spark, immunising the nation is more complicated than it seems.
Economic crises have infantilised multiple generations. Our leaders need to give them hope.