Alongside the Prime Minister’s social reform agenda, we also need to focus on developing a higher growth and lower spending model of government.
Young doctors have been wickedly misled by the BMA to break the Hippocratic Oath – although one in five has had the bravery to cross the picket lines.
“For Britain, voting to leave will be a galvanising, liberating, empowering moment of patriotic renewal.”
The arguments need to be made again, not for the benefit of rich people but for the benefit of everyone in the UK and around the world.
We are more likely to provide opportunities to lower paid British workers and to grow the economy as a whole if we vote for Brexit.
The leader of Britain’s Conservative MEPs reports from the European Parliament.
There are negative possibilities for the supply of jobs, positive ones for productivity – and a lot of variation across sections.
The New National Living Wage comes into effect today. And over the next seven days, we will deliver tax cuts, help for savers and the single-tier state pension.
Do people find sovereignty in a Parliament they regrettably take little interest in – or in actual power and the pound in their pocket: their job; their standard of living?
For too long, millions of our fellow Britons have lacked the skills or consistent record of employment to justify their level of workplace earnings.
The housing shortage is pushing benefit bills up in the prosperous South East. Here’s how to get them down.
The second piece in our mini-series on whether the Chancellor is achieving the rebalancing of the economy he wants.
In some ways, it’s too early to tell. But the question is worth probing because it matters.
Whether we measure literacy or longevity, infant mortality or sexual equality, the world in 2015 was a better place during this past twelve months.
If the capital grows, as it has done, so should its boundaries. We cannot stick our head in the sand to the changing needs of our great cities.