A summary of the news from the junior ranks to date. Announcements of appointments yet to conclude.
Posts Tagged: Jo Johnson MP
Profile: George Osborne, who could have stayed in Westminster, and returned to the Cabinet. But who left, and is trying to destroy May.
The former Chancellor has taken to the role of newspaper editor, but some will see his attacks on the Prime Minister as unhelpful.
The uncomfortable question is this: has the push for expansion altered the nature of these institutions? If not, why do they tolerate jaw-dropping illiberality?
We saw yesterday that terrorism takes the lives of the innocent, but strengthens the resolve of the survivors to carry on as before.
These students parrot the priggish and illiberal morality preached to them by their self-righteous elders.
Jarrow goes blue! But May loses her seat! Yet it’s a Tory landslide! The amazing 2020 General Election.
We present dismissible projections drawn from last June’s results…and some electoral trends that are not so dismissible.
It should be the role of the Higher Education Minister to make the Government’s view known that on campus there are practically no limits to intellectual discussion.
The new white paper rests on three serious fallacies.
How Cameron can bind up the Party’s wounds post-election.
The free marketeers don’t like all his proposals, and quotas would lower standards. But many of his plans head in the right direction.
The “experts” charged with deciding whether Universities deserve a fee increase will be shooting in the dark. The real ones that need to be consulted are employers.
Whatever he does to validation, he should ponder replacing the current system of tuition fees and loans with commissions.
It could have an important role in re-balancing the attitudes of university managers towards the relative values of teaching and research.
The CPF tapped into our members’ enthusiasm for grass roots policy discussion, and many of the results are now in the Government programme.
Chris Skidmore becomes Deputy Chair.