The proportion of our panel members expecting a Conservative-led government next time round hasn’t fallen below 87 per cent this year.
Militant activism – which has somehow failed to realise that unscrupulous men might game the self-identification system – is promoting yet more division.
Government, employers, FE colleges and schools must make the provision of opportunities central to the skills and careers agenda.
Even with an insurance policy, I’ve been astonished by how difficult it is to get a replacement phone.
The most important task is the resolution of the constitutional crisis and a return to the normal democratic process.
There’s plenty of evidence that this will boost productivity, increase diversity in the workforce and help our wellbeing.
Setting a target for three decades in the future is illusory, lending itself to virtue-signalling and ill-thought-out measures.
The media has suggested there is something suspect about the Conservative Party’s receipt of private money.
The time for the restoration of our freedoms is here, and I’m not talking ‘liberty-lite’, but the ‘full-fat’ version.
Ben Elliott, Zac Goldsmith, Carrie Johnson, poker, wild animals, the Prime Minister himself – and a whiff of the Clermont Club.
Remote working has its place, but something vital to us all is lost, especially for younger people, if we lose the opportunity to mix, socialise and learn.
When our companies build factories there, the expertise changes hands – and companies fall under the influence of the Communist Party.
He has more than twice the support of the second-placed Truss. Mordaunt is third. No-one else makes it to double percentage figures.
It smacks of government as newspaper column – which is a pity because, beyond the headlines, Ministers are pursuing some useful measures.
Why I and over a hundred of my parliamentary colleagues have backed a call for a more assertive policy towards the Islamic Republic.