The long-awaited Parliamentary Constituencies Bill will give voters fairer representation, and prevent political delay tactics.
Roderick Crawford: Almost halfway through July, there is still no sign that a trade deal with the EU is possible – never mind probable.
For many, WTO terms are good enough for trade and the compromises required for a deal are politically unacceptable.
Christian Guy: Today’s real slavery scandal. There are 100,000 slaves in Britain today – the tip of an international iceberg
One principle would stop us being seen as a soft touch for crime: care for the abused properly, and they will help dismantle the gangs.
Together with error, it is set to cost the taxpayer an eye-watering sum in the region of £4.6 billion.
Jonathan Gullis: At last, we have an Education Secretary willing to say that the emperor has no clothes
We have a university system where 34 per cent of graduates don’t get graduate jobs and which subsidises unlimited courses in media studies.
Fay Jones: A ban on the rough sex defence – and other benefits of this Government’s Domestic Abuse Bill
From my spot on the Domestic Abuse committee, I saw just how much this Government wants to champion the rights of those who have been victimised.
Regulating non-nicotine products intended for vaping would ensure that the UK retains its position as a rule-making global leader.
Most fundamentally, we don’t want house building dominated by ten enormous companies and one underwhelming product:
Rather than looking at medical options we should focus on social solutions – promoting activity and interaction.
Franco Frattini: Turkey’s actions in Libya risk another Europe-wide migrant crisis – and Brexit will not exempt the UK
The international community must wake up to the threat posed by a destabilised Libya on the shores of the Mediterranean.
The world of work has moved on, so that training, and indeed retraining, needs to happen not just for 18 year olds, but everyone throughout their lives.
James Rogers: We’re in the G7 and are members of NATO. But we need a new alliance of democracies – the D10.
Britain is said to be keen to build such a coalition to include the existing G7 members, alongside India, South Korea and Australia.
Rainer Zitelmann: Wealth taxes would be neither popular nor Conservative. Sunak must remember this tomorrow.
Contrary to what members of the Labour Party say, the evidence demonstrates that the public desire for high taxes on the rich is low.
Four proposals to help engender a sustainable balance between the rights of landlords and renters.
There is further to go – but we can be proud of what the Foreign Secretary has already delivered.