Too little attention is focused on the reasons why where you are born and your family background still matter far too much in modern Britain.
Condemnation of such bigotry in other political parties must not be reduced to partisan mudslinging.
The modern family is changing, and the law should change with it. In any event, the traditional view of marriage has already been overhauled by the Conservatives.
“Alternative Provision” for disruptive children is still not good enough – as Justine Greening has recognised.
Gone are the days when the Prime Minister could sweep Corbyn aside as a ludicrous leftie.
Conservative Workers and Trades Unionists campaigns to ensure that we have the best policies for the rights, wages, and welfare of British working people.
What about those who worship different gods, those who delight in civil rights movements, those mothers who want to go out to work?
There was a genuine sense of grievance that policy suggestions and campaigning ideas are never listened to.
People are not yet at the point where they believe the party in government needs kicking out; they are still willing to give us a hearing.
The idea that a citizen is the ultimate owner of their own bodies is seldom popular with today’s policymakers, so how will we guard it against tomorrow’s?
Conservative Party Conference is not really a conference at all. The audience are a source of obedient applause, not trusted to speak or vote – and they know it.
We have our reservations about the Foreign Secretary, but concede that he alone, of those Ministers who spoke this week, made the Tory message sing.
If it might not be the catastrophe it must have seemed, today has not made things any easier.
Even her warmest admirers will want her doctors to testify that she is fit enough to carry on without wrecking her health.
“Let us win this argument for a new generation and defend free and open markets with all our might.”