We cannot have a system where the rules are differently enforced depending on whether the public share the opinions of the people infracting them.
In his speech, he quoted from the Bible, in its best and most traditional version: yet more evidence of his own conservatism.
Downing Street may have briefed in advance that there’s no real comparison. But she will clearly play on it for all it’s worth.
New technology allows us to make wholesale improvements while still upholding the Rule of Law.
The local Tory leader says that the police are turning a blind eye to the flouting of electoral law, public subsidies for mosques, and expressions of support for Hitler.
It is being cited by those who seek to replace the distinct strengths of our ancient constitution with tired, American orthodoxies.
Thatcherite on the economy and Europe. Macmillanite on housing and saving. Carswellian on governance – but lacking popular input on constitutional reform.
It is time for a restatement of our fundamental values and principles.
New money-grabbing powers for HMRC are a threat to our security, not a guarantee of it.
Does Britain now require a written constitution?
New powers for HMRC to seize money at will directly contravene the ideas laid down at Runnymede.
Ed Miliband had nothing but class war to offer in reply.
Because it created the pint of beer and English democracy, that’s why. Sir Robert Worcester explains.