The Local Electricity Bill, which I am proudly co-sponsoring, will help make such businesses financially viable.
Khadeem Duncan-Banerjee: If the Government wants every school to become an academy, devolution is key
It should consider how it can give responsibilities to regional mayors and county councils.
If the Government wants to protect our long-term macroeconomic future, this is the correct step to take.
Jack Richardson: Critical minerals. We can and should offer a better model than China’s one of extraction at any cost.
There are also diplomatic and geostrategic opportunities for Global Britain to lead on developing human and environmental standards.
Andy Street: Parliamentary candidates with experience of the real world is invaluable. Here is an example.
Neil Shastri-Hurst’s experience in the army and the NHS would stand him in good stead as MP for North Shropshire.
New reforms will mean academic institutions change their focus to getting on rather than just getting in.
Stephen Crabb: If Ministers are serious about filling work shortages, they need a clear and effective employment strategy
It’s one thing Britain has tried to do without for decades. Now is the time, though, to focus squarely on boosting domestic labour market participation.
It cannot be right that the law offers stringent protections against unequal treatment only after birth.
The best solution to the small boats is to expand safe, legal pathways to Britain for asylum seekers.
The amendment doesn’t require more spending – just regular estimates of the staff that should be trained in each speciality.
Failing to do so will see it become the next workforce crisis in the headlines.
There are many who would like to see gambling banned, but you cannot control people in this way.
Mark Jenkinson: My Twitter monstering. I never thought that saying there are two biological sexes would cause such a stir.
I’m concerned that the Gender Conversion Therapy Bill will criminalise parents who don’t simply affirm their child’s chosen gender.
Adrian Lee: Sixty five years on, how the Suez Crisis affected the direction of British Conservative policy
The consequences for the international order have been debated for decades, but, in contrast, little attention has been paid to this area.
The third in a three-part series on how the Government can deliver a strong, secure future for the United Kingdom.