The second in a three-part series on how the Government can deliver a strong, secure future for the United Kingdom.
The Environment Act is a real achievement – but its promise must now be delivered. I and others will hold ministers to account.
What has just been delivered should not be understated. It is a colossally significant piece of legislation.
We need to do more to improve maths and data skills in the country; new funding will help the Government achieve that.
It is right that younger generations pay the soaring costs of unfunded commitments to older citizens, that is how it has always been.
All platforms, big or small, can no longer be allowed to spread hate speech.
Molly Kingsley: Investment in wellbeing reaps dividends in attainment. We need a settlement for education that delivers both.
In this regard, Nadhim Zahawi’s dismissal of calls last week to commit to limited pilot schemes trialling longer days was disappointing.
A proper regulator would be a simple way to hugely improve life for many thousands of people.
Our choice will be between the de-growth agenda of the left, or one of innovation, creativity and technological advance.
The EU referendum result was not a vote of confidence in anyone. It was a vote of no confidence in practically everyone.
We must address the challenge of climate change and the role that business can play in making our economy more sustainable.
Shanker Singham: Trade remedies. Beware of the capture of new regulators by producer interests – so thwarting future trade deals
It is both impossible and undesirable to keep politics out of trade. The decisions that administrative bodies make have real impacts on people’s lives.
As Public Health England recently reported, gambling often results in bankruptcy, family breakdown, higher mortality and, all too often, suicide.
A fractional five per cent increase in disabled employment would consequence in a GDP boost of £23 billion by 2030.
The first in a three-part series on how the Government can deliver a strong, secure future for the United Kingdom.
For all the talk of levelling up ex-industrial towns, the contract for the scheme has been awarded to a mammoth Chinese state-owned company.