The first in a mini-series of pieces on ConHome this week about schools after Covid.
Community Day is a new initiative which aims to recognise those who go above and beyond for their communities, and help more people do so.
Kate Ferguson: This new genocide amendment puts Parliament at its centre. Which is why it should be supported.
It is not a substitute for justice, but it would be a welcome addition to how the UK responds to the most serious violations.
It’s always done so, and Covid-19 has offered further cover – despite encouraging figures.
Without passing judgement on the views of another era, it is clear that MPs never envisioned the sort of inflow we have seen in the decades since.
They are a vital part of our national infrastructure, serving unofficial but important Public Service Obligation routes for post, patients, and medicine.
If we allow Britain to get locked into Brussels’ agricultural orbit, it will cost us both export opportunities and higher prices in the supermarket.
Radical: Have you been following the ONS census sex question fiasco? If not, here’s what you need to know.
It is good news that guidance has been corrected, but it should be noted that one’s legal sex and one’s biological sex are not identical.
Tracey Follows: Vaccine passports just the start of a digital identity revolution. Here’s what you need to know.
The truth is that all nations are becoming digital nations, and their digital citizens will require access to digital services.
Such a move could empower service users whilst helping provide the savings the Treasury need to make meaningful reform sustainable.
Imposing collective guilt on a group is fundamentally unconservative. I hope never to see our Party dabble with it.
It’s too easy to focus on cuts at big corporates or changes to traditional jobs, and lose sight of the people reshaping the world of work.
Mark Lehain: Every employee should have the same rights at work – regardless of trade union membership
Widening the ways in which workers get support can only be a good thing, for employees and employers alike.
For us, it requires a plan that addresses long-term factors which cause people to start sleeping rough in the first place.
Alexander Downer: A truth runs through this Integrated Review – that foreign policy can no longer exist in isolation.
What it puts forward is an argument that prosperity at home is more than ever the result of how Britain deals with the world.