This new plan from Onward would force the Government to set out its own plans and forecasts – and make the trade-offs that are inherent in migration policy.
The first in a ConservativeHome series of what the new Prime Minister must do in the month before Parliament returns in September.
Those preparing to block No Deal should add our final report, to be released this week, to their summer reading list.
Which candidate can devise and push through the policies needed to unite the Tory shires with the Leave voters of the north?
I’m glad to see we’ve now had the guts to stop a tanker we believe is smuggling Iranian oil in defiance of sanctions on Syria.
He is the only candidate who can further the work of the project to which Esther McVey and I are so committed.
It must necessarily have a worldview. The question is whether or not this has caught up with the Brexit vote.
Our future Conservative Party leadership needs to address quickly and effectively the problems which have led to the latter’s rise.
He has a clear plan to leave the EU, and as a former Brexit Secretary I can say that it is credible and has my support.
What he detests is less liberalism than democracy, and the obstacle it poses to Russian foreign policy objectives.
Those who worry about the changing face our Party should stay to fight for moderation, compromise and putting Conservative values first.
The Commission which drew up the report will publish alongside it next month a Draft Alternative Arrangements Protocol.
So how are we going to get a new deal? The key is to build strong relationships, both across the Party, with our DUP allies, and with our European partners.
There are real, viable answers to this sticky problem. But rebuilding trust may be as hard as resolving technical questions.
Leavers insist correctly that the EU is a political project first and foremost. Which helps to explain why this scheme is unlikely to fly.