We would invite Lord Herbert to meet some of the women’s groups, parents, gay and lesbian people, and sportswomen whose views differ from his.
The further the act of leaving the EU recedes, the more 2019’s Tory voters will move on – as two recent by-elections reminded us.
We need specific, ring-fenced funding for them – which we on the Women and Equalities committee have been calling for.
Upper class professionals are imposing their preference for formal settings – bringing the trade-off of higher prices and fewer affordable providers.
It has a much bigger effect on outcomes than race, but the commissioners fail to acknowledge the importance of marriage in countering it.
Extreme gender ideology undermines cultural norms, scientific reality, the connection between motherhood and children, parental rights, and free speech.
We’re about to find out whether the Commission’s work marks a turning-point for the zeitgiest, policy – and attitudes to the Tories.
Surely it is far better to invest in helping parents and children than to spend money picking up the pieces.
In the wake of International Women’s Day, the fourth article in a five-piece series on ConservativeHome this week.
It’s welcome that we’re investing much more in services. But we need to tackle the causes too.
Operators can’t verify gestational age over the phone. The current system risks serious complications and coercion from abusive partners too.
Any new system should direct incentives towards rewarding those who step down to retirement accommodation and those cared for by their descendants.
This new variant is understandably causing concern but there is no evidence that vaccines will be less effective. We must stay calm and follow the rules.
New guidance helps. But why on earth did it take three months to communicate something so straightforward?
Plus: Johnson’s sub-optimal Brexit trade deal choice. I’m not dreaming of a normal Christmas. And: green jobs – overall, a cost not a benefit.