Theresa May co-authored a report in 2012 which identified key lessons from a notable success story. Seven years later, why has so little been done?
I well remember the representations from Treasury and BEIS to focus on the risks and play down the opportunities.
Rather than making excuses, a united effort is needed to break up the gangs.
Governments are not re-elected in gratitude for past achievements. It is our plan for the future which will decide the next election.
The Foreign Affairs Committee’s recent report is a good start, but much more work needs to be done.
Turkey is not a country for us to lecture, rather a partner for us to co-operate with.
Only nine months have passed since his election, but he has abandoned all of his key promises.
Commuters in particular are fed up with paying a fortune for unreliable, overcrowded services.
Maude showed plenty of enthusiasm and laid some strong foundations, but better messaging and methods are needed.
It is going up again in London, and government needs to do more to ensure that the voluntary sector can deliver fully on prevention.
The Member for Richmond Park is the candidate best placed to build on Boris’ legacy and build the broad coalition we need to win in London.
In light of stubbornly high incident numbers, the Government must review its current anti-knife efforts and implement new strategies.
Reforming it could free up more funds to help the poorest without an extra penny of taxes or cuts.
Privatisation? It was Labour that third sector and private companies into the health service supply chain in the first place.
I am saddened that we have seen no attempt to explain what the alternatives for extradition arrangements could be.