State action to regulate social media is unproblematic in principle, but deeply problematic in practice – and the law of unintended consequences applies.
Very rarely do the stars align in favour of a truly inspiring act of leadership. They are doing so for Border Carbon Adjustment. It just needs a catchier name.
One of our best selling papers recently ran a piece promoting the views of an “NHS worker” who claimed hospitals were “empty” and Covid was a “hoax”.
If the Spartans hadn’t held out against the pleas of our colleagues then Britain would have been trapped in a customs union with no way out.
The UN genocide system is broken and needs a shot in the arm from a country willing to stand and be counted.
How will we feel about cutting aid if we see the kind of shocking scenes of starvation that started Live Aid in the 1980s?
Above all, we need to focus on the strategic picture. Throughout the world democracy, human rights and the rule of law are under pressure.
Now more than ever, a coherent, holistic strategy is required that will unite and enhance our capabilities to advance Britain’s position in the world.
Here’s how can now use our freedoms as we leave – assuming there is no last-minute wish to be sensible by the EU and agree a free trade deal.
From managing the pandemic, to trying to spark a green industrial revolution, the Prime Minister has taken on an enormous number of projects.
Under new proposals, bilateral trade deals with genocidal states would be revoked or prohibited.
We deceived ourselves into thinking that as China grew richer, its political system would become more democratic.
Home to some of the fastest-growing economies of the 21st century, it has never been more urgent to build new trading relationships there.
This move will help advance the country’s technological infrastructure, as well as meaning Conservatives meet their ‘levelling up’ pledge.
America’s result is having knock-on effects in Downing Street: see yesterday’s green speech and today’s defence news.