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Posts Tagged: Home Office
Rail liberalisation is being extended into the EEA agreement: the Fourth Railway Package is set to increase competition further.
James Cartlidge: The devastating truth at the heart of the NICs row. We’re palming difficult decisions off on the next generation.
We may be rowing back to defend one promise. But another more fundamental promise to the future is actually at stake.
The loyal Home Secretary with a sharp wit who did great service to the Conservative Party and the nation.
Nicky Morgan: Just what does the way in which we’re dealing with refugee children say about our values as a Party?
As a party known for strong economic management, we must work doubly hard to avoid appearing to know the price of everything and the value of nothing.
We publish the letter referenced by Ed Vaizey in this afternoon’s debate.
The Prime Minister can afford to play down ideology, safe in the knowledge that the contrast with the Opposition is greatly in her favour.
There is more to do, but the Home Secretary has a track record of seizing an opportunity to do the right thing.
Any cut-off date needs to be fair and legally water-tight, as well as commanding public and political support. In the end, the inquiry opted for the triggering of Article 50.
Under-trained asylum caseworkers are rejecting clinical evidence, leading to misery for genuine applicants and expensive court defeats.
“Consider May’s Criminal Justice opt-ins”. Sherlock Holmes solves the mystery of the Government’s Brexit negotiation plan.
And also how it will achieve its industrial strategy. Or try to.
Public opinion will not back a generous approach if abuses are allowed.
Anonymous claims will be gathered and treated as the truth. “Because it’s called ‘The Truth Project’, you see? It becomes true, because I say it’s true!”
The Prime Minister conceded “there were stories around” but said she could not “intervene on the basis of suspicion, rumour or hearsay”.
At the heart of her speech was not so much a new interventionism as a Church-formed moralism, a sense of public service – and a Good Samaritan Moment.