Nadhim Zahawi tells us that the President’s words and deeds will cause serious damage to the anti-ISIS struggle.
Posts Tagged: Justice
Only by accepting that we all hold moral positions can we hope to generate a more conciliatory and less hostile political environment.
The first part of a mini-series on the growth of judicial power.
Yes, we should not intervene in a country without a plan. But we must also say that we will limit the powers and abilities of those who do unspeakable evil.
The decision not to allow resettlement of the Chagos Islands is a travesty. But a means of finding a way forward is to hand.
John Penrose: Enough of doubt and division on leaving the EU. Let’s work together and get it done well.
As MPs, we have to react positively, optimistically and maturely as we try to make sense of the mandate given to us by the British people.
Sadly, it was not uncommon to see people arrive in court who had stolen in order to get the food that they and their family needed to survive.
Plus: My interview with Donald Trump. And: Immer mit der Ruhe.
Whether Truss’s inspiration is May on policing or Gove on schools, the only way ahead is a challenging radicalism.
Without sufficient staff and resources, governors will find it impossible to deliver the programmes prisoners need to avoid recidivism.
Also: Swinney accused of misleading MSPs over Named Persons; UUP and SDLP offer power-sharing opposition; Plaid AM dismisses Labour pact; and more.
Interview: Tom Tugendhat on how lawyers are harassing soldiers, and how he is campaigning to stop it happening
He tells the story of his campaign to stop the ECHR being applied to armed conflict.
The Conservative Human Rights Commission has reported, and a UN investigation by a special rapporteur is required.
It’s time to defend and promote the ideas that have helped to bring globalisation – and in turn brought more wealth, peace and opportunity to billions of people.
“There has to be a recognition that we’re signed up to international law.”