We will now see the creation of the first task force on modern slavery. Here are further ways for the task force to make progress.
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It shows an admirable devotion to duty. But whether what was sustainable as Home Secretary will be so as Prime Minister is another matter.
“Within a few months of the election the Treasury and two other departments tried take foreign students out of the migration statistics altogether.”
David Jones: May will deliver Leave – and is the formidable Prime Minister we need at this time of national challenge
The case for May. Which candidate in these momentous times can you imagine dealing best with the likes of Obama, Merkel and Putin – or terror attacks?
If it doesn’t contain a workable definition, the law of unintended consequences will follow.
“People should be alert, but not alarmed… We have put in place the checks to ensure our security when we resettle vulnerable people from refugee camps.”
The Prime Minister and the Chancellor will undoubtedly now be brooding about means of getting the Home Secretary out of the Home Office.
He wants strict controls on snooping, claims Brown bought votes with tax credits, urges caution on the upper house, and wants Cabinet collective responsibility on Europe.
As our public services and security grow increasingly dependent on new technology, the Government must ensure it has the best advice and solutions to hand.
In an interview to gladden the Home Secretary’s heart, he says she tried to run her department as a Conservative ministry not a Coalition one.
These graduates are not taking jobs from anyone: they’re filling skills gaps and it’s grossly unfair to pretend anything else.
“We accept that drugs are risky, but there are lots of things in society that are risky… but we don’t stop people doing those. We let people make informed decisions.”
Reasons to be Tory 14) Sheridan Westlake. And a bunch of other people you’ve probably never heard of.
On polling day, we honour the unknown heroes of this government – the Special Advisers, without whom little of what has been done would have been done.
It is vital that this important work is not dragged off course by the short-term political game-playing of the general election campaign.
We scratch and scrabble around looking for solutions to the challenge. But this is the key.