They want to defend their way of life, their basic freedoms, their human rights, all of which they see as increasingly threatened by Xi Jinping’s brutal regime.
No deals with Huawei, no control of our nuclear industry, no more infiltration in our university research programmes. We need a values-led strategy.
The fifth piece in our series this week about what the Tory Manifesto should look like.
The Coalition for Genocide Response urges politicians to ensure the UK fulfils its duty to prevent atrocities, protect victims, and bring perpetrators to justice.
The Defence Secretary confirmed that he has scrapped the zero-tolerance approach to drug-taking in the armed forces, and commanding officers now have discretion.
I’m delighted that the Government is today unveiling 20 new University Enterprise Zones. These new UEZs will be based in universities right across the country.
Unbridled worship of the market, ahead of principle, responsibility and loyalty, would be a betrayal of our Party’s history.
Even though public concern about immigration seems to have eased off recently, there is reason for caution.
As the Foreign Secretary’s intervention on Hong Kong shows, Britain is a country which honours its responsibilities to former territories.
The primary motivation to strike a fair agreement with the UK will be to apply pressure to the EU.
Jeremy Hunt was the best Foreign Secretary of recent times – and his successor’s record gives me hope he will build on that legacy.
Time is not on our side – but under a new Prime Minister, the UK can stand with Hongkongers and uphold our freedom.
We should make it clear that further attempts to encroach on Hong Kong’s freedoms and rule of law would have consequences for China.
We don’t need a ‘Brexiteer’ leader, we need a unifier, a leader who is not marked by labels but by their ability to implement the referendum result.
Despite polarisation on Brexit, there is more agreement among voters than often appears – and therefore more cause for optimism.