The Prime Minister’s refusal to rule out a further lockdown is concerning for society and particularly for my patients.
Threatening young people to “take the vaccine or else!” sets the groundwork for reducing confidence in the Government’s rationale.
Our exit from the EU should allow fresh thinking and a new regulatory approach – to allow the UK to reach its full economic potential.
It would be better to move diagnosis and treatment of healthcare problems away from hospitals, among other steps.
Duncan Simpson: With the Covid bill standing at £372 billion, the Government’s spending spree looks increasingly unsustainable
Much of Westminster seems hell bent on pursuing net zero – never mind what this means for the average household.
Bella Wallersteiner: As a parliamentary staffer, I’m appalled by the double standards on who has to wear a mask
Furthermore, I will not attend the Conservative Party Conference if vaccine passports are required.
If elected I will work with CCHQ and our members to support the right campaigning resources in the right places, across the UK.
Kristy Adams: Without Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services getting more funding, we are storing up trouble
Children make up around 20 per cent of the population – yet CAMHS only receives 6.4 per cent of mental health spending.
Bob Blackman: The Government can end rough sleeping by 2024 – so long as it takes bold policy action now
It should build on the success of its Housing First scheme and create a National Housing First Programme.
Our organisation disagrees with a recent piece written by Dr Melody Redman for ConservativeHome.
Raghib Ali: Systemic classism, not racism. Why the main factor in health and educational inequalities is deprivation, not race.
The fourth part of a series on ConHome this week about the politics of race and ethnicity in Britain today.
He ranks with Gladstone as one of the truly great premiers of the 19th Century. Both also inflicted huge damage on their respective parties.
There is much to be said for incremental reform, but too much caution can tip over into a failure to act boldly.
We need a multi-racial working-class conservatism that tackles discrimination – and prioritises removing the barriers that prevent people advancing.
‘Social prescribing’ can really help to resolve the complex web of financial, health and legal issues the most vulnerable face.