Ed Balls “Off with her head!” may have brought no regrets to him, but it has cost the country several hundred thousand pounds more than if normal capacity procedures had been followed
That’s 58 per cent before the next election and 20 per cent after it.
Priti Patel MP: Labour. The party of gimmicks, scaremongering, opportunism, taxes, debt – and McLuskey
Whether it is on energy prices, education, the criminal justice system or industrial relations, Labour remains entrenched on the side of vested interests and unions.
As Adam Smith recognised more than two hundred years ago, there are some forms of public good that only the state can provide. The road network for example.
Were the Joint Committee on Human Rights to take a key role, the differing views of those who stress human rights and Parliamentary supremacy could be reconciled.
Reflections on yesterday’s Conservative candidate selection in Tonbridge and Malling
Last year, we became a net exporter of cars for the first time since 1976 – and exports from the region are up by almost a third.
If you want to thrive in the land of the robots, then best that you have the flexible, adaptable skills that they do not.
The evidence suggests little overall effect on unemployment or pay – but it’s a different story when it comes to the lowest skilled Britons.
Find out who the runners and riders are to succeed Richard Ottaway.
If the rationale for a plan keeps changing – and figures and calculations with it – voters should smell a rat.
For the latest installment of ConservativeHome’s Film Club, we look at Costa-Gavras’s 1969 political thriller ‘Z’.
Smaller and specialist providers should be funded upfront
People just aren’t as nice to each other in large blocks of flats.
To the extent that people are moving at all, it tends to be away from higher wage areas – the reverse of the historical pattern