They claim mandatory jabs are an “infringement on personal freedom”. Never mind when they locked students down in halls last year.
Posts Tagged: Gavin Williamson MP
Emily Carver: The Government’s plan to make exams easier will be devastating for this country’s education system
The Department of Education wants to address school disruption by “reducing pressure” on students.
Our introduction to: what each Bill is, the politics of it, who’s responsible, arguments for and against – and a controversy rating out of ten.
Two by-elections and one Health Secretary – losses see Johnson fall by 16 points in our Cabinet League Table
Javid comes straight in at fifth place; Williamson’s score is in freefall; and the podium positions are unchanged.
Connor Tomlinson: Why conservative students need strong students’ unions to protect their free speech
Furthermore, they should be more proactive in defending the financial interests of their members.
The Health Secretary now languishes very near the bottom, while Truss secures her sixth month at the top and Johnson recovers a little.
Iain Dale: The Education Recovery Plan. Williamson has very little capital to expend. Will it be Marcus Rashford to the rescue?
Plus: The North London polenta-eating intelligentsia can’t cope with a North East accent. And: A secret wedding is possible.
If not we risk failing to empower people to train or upskill for good jobs, and losing the economic growth our nation needs.
Brady v Goodwill. The 1922 Chairman election isn’t just about the contenders. At its heart will be Tory MPs’ view of Johnson.
Should he be handcuffed under public restraint, like a suspect watched by Priti Patel? Or freed to run wild through Alpine meadows, like Julie Andrews?
Emily Carver: To bolster free speech in universities, we need laws taken off the statute book, rather than added to it
The Government should instead look into reviewing the Equality Act, which makes these institutions subject to its harassment provision.
And Williamson’s negative rating halves in the wake of his intervention in the Batley Mohammed cartoons row.
Sarah Ingham: After the Batley protests and on this Easter Saturday, a case for tolerating religious belief
In Britain, we don’t ‘do God’ too much. Should we go to church, most are not C of E, but C and E – Christmas and Easter.
He gave a brave speech to the Adam Smith Institute on some of the most contentious issues of our time.
The TV presenter showed huge bravery this week by standing up to groupthink. The Government can learn a lot from her.
Anthony Browne: The Government’s Covid-testing policy for schools seems strange, but rests on good science
When outraged parents first got in touch, I went into battle. But whilst the maths may seem deeply counter-intuitive, it holds up.