It’s one thing Britain has tried to do without for decades. Now is the time, though, to focus squarely on boosting domestic labour market participation.
Tehran is precipitously close to crossing the ultimate red-line. We can ill-afford to blink now.
In this crucial time, we must continue to provide investment and leadership in this area, which is what British voters want.
Number 10 should spot the political problem on the horizon and avoid it by having a clear plan.
Britain in 2015 is increasingly characterised by a creeping intolerance towards Christianity and religion which we should be deeply concerned about.
In the kind of political street fights we have both been through, we know that you have to be passionate. Your head screwed on, yes, but also with a full beating heart.
Written deep in the Welsh psyche is a strong sense of social justice which existed long before socialism. Welsh Conservatives campaign with a sense of it too.