Turn a blind eye, and every one of the other 30 Articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will be breached too.
George Dibb: To become a ‘science superpower’, we must learn the lessons of the vaccine success story
There is a balance to strike between the statism of the post-War era and the full-blooded free market ideology of the 1980s.
Lord Ashcroft: A woke country with a barbaric practice. Why Norway should halt its bloody slaughter of hundreds of whales.
I believe that so prosperous a nation can and should stop the apparent pain and trauma that the mammals suffer when harpooned.
A contest exists between traditional common lawyers, who believe the constitution exists (in their minds), and modernisers including myself.
Jeremy Quin: The Government’s defence investment ensures a modern, persistent and effective approach to future threats
Spending amounts to an extra £24 billion over four years from today’s levels, helping to equip our Armed Forces.
A casualty of its changes in government was a confidential questionnaire for pupils – given out and collected by inspectors.
In 2007, it almost looked like the a plausible anti-Labour alternative for Wales. But things are very different today.
Miriam Cates: The uncomfortable truth is that we’re failing many families – but have a post-pandemic chance to put that right.
Surely it is far better to invest in helping parents and children than to spend money picking up the pieces.
Chris Whitehouse: One elderly recipient burst into tears with joy at the delivery. My own story of anti-communist smuggling.
In my case, the contraband was books – taken into then communist Czechoslovakia through a network linked to the charity Aid to the Church in Need.
James Olney: Underwriting mortgage risk and a stamp duty holiday won’t deliver the home ownership we need
Ministers cannot simply continue to perpetuate a broken system because of the painfully obvious but so often unspoken political risk implicit in reforming the market.
Gavin Rice: The Conservative campaign in Hartlepool kicks off today. But will Johnson deliver for his new working class voters?
The calling-in of a planning application to open a coalmine at Whitehaven suggests prioritising green optics over Northern livelihoods.
Tim Loughton: So – no Wuhan holiday home for me. Yes, I’ve been sanctioned by China. But it won’t stop me speaking out.
My four fellow Conservative MPs are more determined than ever to make sure the country’s regime faces serious consequences for its atrocities and abuses.
“Investing in our youngest children will have a transformational impact,” says the former cabinet minister, as a review she leads publishes its plan.
Providing local, flexible, workspaces could replace millions of daily commutes which only serve to harm the environment.
Nicolas Clark: The Government’s defence plans are based on a stark choice – ‘go large’ or ‘go smart’
Even if a large conventional military suited Britain’s needs, the public is not prepared to pay for one.