From my spot on the Domestic Abuse committee, I saw just how much this Government wants to champion the rights of those who have been victimised.
The amendment to the Immigration Bill will be an opportunity to gauge the Party’s willingness to respect the liberties of the most excluded.
We’ve seen gunshot wounds and babies born as a result of rape. With UK Border Force in Dover, we found a girl heading for a lifetime of sexual slavery.
Building on May’s legacy will mean grinding, attritional work – which the hard left and extremist parties are neither interested in nor capable of doing.
Just because it was a focus for Theresa May does not mean it should pass into memory along with her premiership.
The scale of his domestic ambitions and the legacy of the Iraq War suggest that his ambitions will be limited – for the moment at least.
The individual beggars are often the victims of modern slavery. They account for their monies to their gang masters.
He explains why he believes Gyimah, his former PPS, and others are making a mistake in switching to the Liberal Democrats.
The more centralised her decision-making became, the less control over events she actually had.
We must tackle causes of poverty, not symptoms: educational failure, worklessness, family breakdown, debt, addiction, disability, exposure to crime, poor housing.
This Bill, tabled by Ian McColl and Iain Duncan Smith will ensure that trafficking victims gain specialist support and an alternative to deportation.
My bill will offer victims a 12 month rehabilitation period of secure status in the UK, with support to begin their recovery.
Patel got a lot done – in particular, improving international rules about emergency spending. Now her successor must work on an aid policy for Global Britain.
Our proposals on how to do so will be brought forward next year. In so doing, we will drive our commitment to get net migration down to sustainable levels.
The Prime Minister has a long story of progressive toryism to tell. Moral authority must not be conceded to Labour.