Whittaker Chambers’ memoir exposed a major Communist plot and toppled New Deal royalty. It remains relevant today.
Sarah Ingham: Why does Britain discourage genital mutilation in Africa but endorse it via the NHS here?
It would be curious if transgenderism turned out to be one aspect of life that is immune from social contagion.
It at least gives hope that, after the chaos and corruption of the last decade, some limited change and political accountability might at last be possible.
The annual love-in of the global elite is a pointless charade that does little to highlight the power of markets to help the poorest.
The Foreign Secretary’s proposals for reforming the Protocol are extraordinary in their modesty. But the EU will never relinquish its advantage.
The best use for the proceeds of a windfall energy tax would be to start tackling the underlying problem which the energy crisis has revealed.
If the party really wants to honour its past, then it must face up to problems of the present.
David Gauke: It’s right that the civil service become more efficient, but I doubt that these plans to reform it will work
The Government’s approach is unlikely to bring out the best from those upon whom it depends to get things done.
We must abandon the absurd, reductive notion that only STEM subjects are useful to young people in the modern world.
Also: dissent in the ranks! Northern Irish activists attack neglect by CCHQ amidst rumours Welsh Tories may seek split.
Ryan Bourne: Beware these new Keynesians who claim more spending is always the answer – whatever the state of the economy
As the man himself famously did not say: “When the facts change, I find new reasons to advocate for stimulus packages.”
Learning is vital to rehabilitation; my committee’s new report contains a clear programme for long-overdue reform.
Andy Street: How thinking green, and levelling up, can insulate against future cost-of-living shocks
From new housebuilding techniques to green manufacturing, the West Midlands is leading the way towards greater security.
Gerard Lyons: Ministers have an opportunity to cut taxes, drive supply side reform – and help reduce the cost of living
The shock-absorber is a looser fiscal policy. Although the budget deficit is higher than one would like, the good news is that it is falling sharply.
John Redwood: The EU is failing to implement parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol and has damaged the Belfast Agreement
This must be explained to US Democrats who do not understand the unionist position or the legal background.