The final piece in our five-part series on ConHome on a new Manifesto to Strengthen Families, which was launched in Parliament this week.
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Derek Thomas: Better support for fathers would reduce family breakdown and improve children’s life chances
The fourth piece in a five-part series on ConHome on a new Manifesto to Strengthen Families, which is being launched in Parliament this week.
Alex Morton: Identity politics is wrong – and bad for Tories, too. So if May is staking a revival on it, her difficulties will deepen.
The idea that all groups should have the same outcomes is just an update of the old socialist idea of equality of outcome – ignoring the choices that individuals make.
The third piece in a five-part series on ConHome on a new Manifesto to Strengthen Families, which is being launched in Parliament this week.
The second piece in a five-part series on ConHome on a new Manifesto to Strengthen Families, which will be launched in Parliament this week.
The first piece in a five-part series on ConHome on a new Manifesto to Strengthen Families, which will be launched in Parliament this week.
Iain Duncan Smith: The Government is reviewing relationship counselling funding. Cuts would be a grave mistake.
When we first increased, and then doubled, this budget, it improved many people’s lives. Reversing that would be a retrograde step.
James Frayne: Ten key points about the lower middle class, provincial, home-owning voters who decide elections
C1/C2 voters are hugely important in raw numerical terms. They make up 52 per cent of the electorate in England.
David Goodhart: It’s time to listen to mainstream Britain, and defend a mother’s right to stay at home for longer
There is no need to keep fighting the last equality war – our society should allow women to choose pure egalitarianism or more traditional gender roles.
The Prime Minister’s manifesto will have its flaws, but she has grasped the implications of Brexit more surely than any other senior politician.
Over the last year, I’ve set out a number of policy ideas designed to appeal to lower middle class voters. Here are some of them.
We offer state incentives for people to look after their children – why not their parents?
We need policies to meet the challenge of an ageing population, mass immigration, pressured families, job insecurity – and grotesquely expensive housing.
This third piece of our mini-series on what should be in the manifesto argues that a strong and stable Government should support strong and stable families.
David Burrowes: Finally, a long-term social justice plan from Ministers – but note the missing M-word: marriage
The Government is not only for the JAMs (Just About Managing), but now also apparently for the NAAMs (Not At All Managing).