To date she has steered clear of the phrase, but it should be core to the work of any government which wants all Britons to fulfil their potential.
Matt Smith: Welsh Labour’s two decades in power have left behind a lost generation of state school pupils
This year, Wales produced the lowest A* to C grade GCSE results since 2006, with the GCSE attainment gap between the best and worst performing areas widening.
The British Indian Ocean Territory is clearly a reminder to too many member nations of our lingering colonial legacy.
By 2018, we expect that figure to rise to 10 million employees newly saving or saving more – rivalling the combined populations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
These practical recommendations outline how EU migration could be sharply reduced while preserving access for employers to the best and brightest from across the EU..
There is a spike in hospital admissions every winter, yet we are taking far to little action either to prepare for it or prevent it.
Standard disabled toilets are not enough to make important venues and attractions open to all. The Government must push for more Changing Places.
Chris Philp: Building more homes is not enough – let’s reserve a proportion of them for UK residents
Increasing supply is important, and so is making sure that young Britons have a chance to get on the ladder.
Her novels are an insight into the financial and social realities of Georgian and Regency England, and how women navigated them.
Joe Robertson: We don’t need new laws for no fault divorce – for the simple reason that we already have it
The consent principle applies now – and we should beware of the potential effects on children of allowing no adequate period for reflection.
It would be the logical next step after taking back control from Brussels. And it would pull the rug from under Corbyn’s feet.
Graham Gudgin and Ray Bassett: A triumph of ambiguity. What the EU deal means for the UK-Ireland land border
All in all, the Progress Document is something of a canine’s breakfast, with the Irish border tail wagging the UK dog.
It won’t be easy but regional powers can make it happen if they make the right choices.
Faced with the real electoral threat of a nationalising, socialistic Labour Government, these principles should matter and be championed now more than ever.
There is plenty of reason to check that the Government’s ones have been giving sound legal advice to ministers. Too often, it has been wrong.