Brexit, housing, public sector pay, education, and industrial strategy should be the the stars by which ministers set a course for victory in 2022.
Posts Tagged: Education
Julian Knight: We can help make the case for capitalism by empowering consumers and customers. Here’s how.
We must show people how markets can make life better for ordinary families by broadening choice, spurring innovation, and driving down prices.
Pointless paperwork, excessively detailed planning, and over-marking need to be addressed by Justine Greening.
If everyone had the opportunity to attend a private school then, by definition, they couldn’t be elite.
300 people died last year – leaving safety up to lifeguards is not enough. All children must learn to swim.
A widely-circulated article putting it all down to biased teachers doesn’t ring true.
Our new report argues that the Government must focus on security, climate change, human rights, and other shared international agendas and challenges.
Mark Lehain: Cutting the Free School programme would be short-sighted, damaging to standards, and un-Conservative
Free schools are changing lives for the better, and have proved popular despite the early naysaying. Greening must shut down talk of scrapping the policy.
Plans to make rehabilitation the primary legal purpose of the system seem to have been dropped after the general election.
Pupils enter the dining hall smiling and loudly reciting Shelley’s Ozymandias.
The only way to put an end to something like the ‘school cuts’ campaign was to knock it back hard and repeatedly at the start before it gained traction.
We relied on our candidate’s Twitter postings, and believed that nothing was more effective than talking to people on the doorsteps. This may no longer be true.
Charlie Elphicke: I helped beat the hard left in the 1990s. We can do so again by putting Compassionate Conservatism first.
Every Tory I know is in politics to help the less fortunate, but we must get better at telling voters that.
The Ofsted report is a vindication for the approach of Katharine Birbalsingh.
It is perfectly possible to govern well and enact great change with very little legislation. In fact, it can even be a blessing.