This distinguishes Britain from most of the rest of Europe.
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Peter Hoskin joined ConservativeHome as an Associate Editor in July 2012. Previously, he was at The Spectator for over four years, where he edited the magazine's website and its political blog Coffee House. He has written, and continues to write, on poltics and culture for a range of publications, including The Spectator, The Times, The Daily Beast and Tatler.Follow @
Prisons, inequality, One Nation… the Prime Minister is continuing from where he started in last year’s conference speech.
Which is to say, it’s not very high.
The survey was conducted before the publication of Cameron’s draft EU deal – but Europe will still have had an effect on some of the results.
Their numbers have declined by 16 per cent since 1999, but they still have some fight left in them.
Is Patel about to come out fighting for Brexit? Will Gove resist Cameron’s pleas? And what about Boris?
Cameron’s leadership, the Coalition, Europe. It was meant to be a time of Tory schism. It hasn’t been, so far.
Often the declines happen outside of periods of recession.
Thanks to improved security measures, vehicle crime levels are about a fifth of what they were in the 1990s. But will they rise again?
A sign of a buoyant rental market? Or of something far worse? And what will happen if their financial burdens increase?
The third and final piece in our series investigating whether the Chancellor has managed to rebalance the economy.
Christianity is in decline in Britain, but there’s little certainty about how strong it is at the moment.
Since the Chancellor is warning of risks to our recovery, the next Budget will have to prove that he doesn’t just feel apprehensive – but acts on it, too.
It’s fine news for consumers, for now. But the news could turn sour.
To mark the anniversary, here’s a selection of ten of the 93 posts so far.