My proposed amendment to the Health and Care Bill would ensure that outcome measures are put above process targets by NHS England.
From my experience, the days of photocopying and making coffee in a seedy office are over. Being an intern is a chance to learn.
A sense of ownership comes not just with physical property but with a more intangible feeling of empowerment in your community.
Andrew Haldenby: Surgical hubs deliver better value for the NHS than typical hospitals. So we need more of them.
Javid has a rare opportunity to demand major advances in the quality and productivity of NHS resources.
Tempting as it may be to stop disruptive demonstrations, these changes give too much discretionary power to the Home Secretary.
Lord Ashcroft: Forty years on since the Falklands War, my new book celebrates the bravery of our Armed Forces
Soldiers, sailors, airmen and their support staff all showed huge courage – and under the most difficult conditions 8,000 miles from home.
John Redwood: How we can get the public – as well as the world’s biggest polluters – on board with the eco revolution
Central to the whole debate is the question of people’s buy in to what the transition means for their own lifestyle.
Duncan McNair: For too long, UK tourism has driven up cruelty to animals. The Animals Abroad Bill can change that.
But legislation must have teeth – robust enforcement and effective deterrence, not just token fines for multi-billion-pound serial exploiters.
That headteachers and unions are up in arms about it says a lot about the priorities of parts of the sector.
Sanjoy Sen: Don’t blame India for the compromise at COP26. It can’t risk plunging millions into poverty.
It has realistic alternatives to coal: the challenge is how to get there. It’s one that the UK can help to meet.
Adopting this voluntary standard helps not only recipients, but businesses and the wider economy too.
James Somerville-Meikle: That Sir David Amess was denied the Last Rites is of great sadness to Catholics like me – and calls for change
A month after his tragic death, we must re-establish social norms around respect for people’s faith in society.
We’re closer to a greener, cleaner, safer planet, but the real success of the summit will only be determined in the years ahead.
The Government must ensure that domestic regulation and international trade agreements help the sector go green.
Daniel Hamilton: The international community must take immediate steps to stop the bloodshed in Ethiopia
Now’s the time to force the country’s warring factions to the negotiating table.