If governments are going to keep signing up to ‘legally-binding targets’, this sort of thing will continue to happen. Legislative indolence is the root of judicial power.
Many are vulnerable people in need of specialist help. Far better use could be made of the existing Public Health budget.
The former Chancellor can become spokesman for a cause, and it isn’t hard to see what it could be: lower spending and taxes.
Javid’s resignation statement contained jokes but also warnings. “I’m a low-tax Conservative,” he said, and the Treasury “is the only tax-cutting ministry”.
As ERG Chairman his unyielding opposition to May’s Deal proved to be of great significance.
Are aspects of the campaign for trans another example of a development welcomed by some at the time, and ultimately denounced by nearly everyone?
His determination to promote more women may have a knock-on effect on the biddability of male Tory MPs.
An estuary airport was touted as his big idea on flight capacity during his time as Mayor of London. There’s nobody to stop him now.
How the Conservatives are winning and Labour losing the working class – a pattern that the latter’s leadership candidates are set to repeat.
His reluctance to do so is part of a bigger picture: a decision not to dance to the media’s tune.
If Downing Street doesn’t grip the campaign against Patel by allies of her Permanent Secretary and others, it may spiral out of control.
His message, that the Conservatives will win if the electoral battle is on identity politics and culture wars, is correct.
It really depends on what meaning the Government ends up giving to “approved sponsor”, “appropriate skill level”, and “shortage occupation”.
She will be familiar to many readers as a journalist and commentator who has been published in the Daily Telegraph, The Times, the Spectator and elsewhere.
The Cambridgeshire Constabulary have been rightly criticised, but the Government needs to set timorous senior officers on firmer legal ground.