This is the first in a three-part series on using technology to boost our economy after Brexit.
Mark Francois: Johnson must keep his promises on Northern Ireland veterans – not sacrifice them to satisfy Sinn Fein
The Prime Minister pledged to defend those who defended us. I believe him.
Manchester and Birmingham already play host to Conservative Conference. The Party should be much bolder, and move much farther north.
Julian Knight: The Culture Select Committee should act as its own Royal Commission on the BBC’s future
The next few months should see the start of a proper, root-and-branch review of the Corporation to help it find a new model and a new role.
Africa is home to 16 per cent of the world’s population, and this is set to double by 2050. Its GDP is expected to reach $3.2 trillion in the next five years.
The most important sector is one usually ignored. Small firms constitute 99 per cent of all business in the country.
Ali Demirbag: A post-Brexit visa regime must encourage the brightest and the best to travel to the UK on business
We need to control long-term immigration but also make it easier for entrepreneurs to visit the UK so that they can invest in and work with British companies.
Eddie Hughes: Our values must drive CCHQ. That means moving it to a town or small city – not a big one.
Going from the metropolitan bubble in London to another one elsewhere would be pointless. What about Derby, Stoke or York instead?
If 50,000 people each gave £10, we’d hit our target. Please, Brexiteers – help us outmanoeuvre the Establishment again, and mark the occasion in style.
Edward Parson: Keep the International Development Department. But scrap the 0.7 per cent aid target.
DFID managed its portfolio with far greater efficiency than the Foreign Office. But it should improve how it aligns traditional aid objectives with Britain’s goals.
Festus Akinbusoye: The scandal of rising assaults on police officers. And what must be done to help reduce them.
We may need to move towards a mandatory minimum sentence to send a clearer message.
Good quality office space is far cheaper in Birmingham than London, and the quality of life is higher. The West Midlands is full of battleground parliamentary seats.
We must not put public money into the pockets of a company accused of abetting the most egregious human rights abuses in the modern world.
Nicholas Boys Smith: The housing mission that Scruton and I pursued is inspired by a quest for beauty
The co-Chair of the Government’s Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission wraps up our mini-series on housing.
Security needs to become a responsibility of the nation, not just government’s professional forces.