Making it harder for criminals to hide behind shell companies will boost our international standing and remove a driver of high house prices.
Posts Tagged: Home Office
Sunder Katwala: The immigration debate didn’t end with the referendum – it’s only just beginning in earnest
Discussion of immigration is often dominated by those who are entirely ‘pro’ or ‘anti’, but most people are somewhere in between.
Too often it seems as though our perimeters are seen as a problem to be patched-up rather than an asset to be fully modernised.
But in his new book, he does not quite explain why she has remained Prime Minister.
Andrew Mitchell: The Home Office’s Immigration Removal Centres are a dystopian stain on our democracy
Thirty thousand people a year are imprisoned in awful conditions, without any release date, and with no trial or judicial oversight.
Andrew Wood: Yes, Singapore really is an example we can learn from. But not for the reasons some Tories give.
It is not especially low tax, nor is it unregulated – though it is certainly a more business-friendly environment then the UK. Here is why it works.
Reconstructing May 1) She won’t win the battle for the future if Corbyn defines the battles of the past.
The Prime Minister has a long story of progressive toryism to tell. Moral authority must not be conceded to Labour.
Nicky Morgan: May’s Florence Speech 1) It was good – pragmatic and overdue. Now we must stop banging on about Europe.
The difference between us and the Labour is that we deal with the world and reality as it is – not as some utopia we would like it to be.
May needs to demonstrate that Whitehall is prepared – deal or no deal. Crossing one’s fingers and hoping for transition is not an alternative, or shouldn’t be.
My private member’s bill will not only put care and support on a clear legal footing, but will help combat traffickers too.
Alex Morton: We cannot be neutral in Islam’s internal struggle. Here are three ways in which the Prime Minister should act.
When I worked in Number Ten, the people who grasped most clearly this ideology’s threat were my Muslim co-workers.
“It is significant that the Commission for Extremism in the manifesto was put in before Manchester. We know we need to do more, we recognise the scale of the threat.”
The Shadow Home Secretary is also asked to justify her previous votes to abolish MI5, and against proscribing Al Qaeda.
Plus: UKIP abandons the field against Remain Tories. A bike-riding Minister isn’t canvassing. And: Michael Crick should apologise.
Rail liberalisation is being extended into the EEA agreement: the Fourth Railway Package is set to increase competition further.