How Cameron can bind up the Party’s wounds post-election.
Posts Tagged: Nicky Morgan MP
Daniel Thornton: To make its Queen’s Speech work, the Government must handle Parliament better. Here’s how.
Ministers must consult and build alliances before rushing ahead with more ambitious reforms.
The government is getting too much of its advice from people with little or no practical experience of how schools work.
The news is just the latest retreat on a controversial policy.
Iain Dale: TTIP. Why should unelected transnational corporations dictate the policies of democratically-elected governments?
Plus: Why Michael and Sarah Gove’s pillow talk should be taped. And why I have under-estimated Donald Trump.
The Justice Secretary breaches the 30 per cent barrier as his backing rises by five points.
Managing the controversial White Paper through into action is a formidable task for the woman who is mulling a future crack at the leadership.
His satisfaction rating of -35.9 is lower even than Lord Feldman’s.
This latest frontrunner is up by six points to 26 per cent. Boris Johnson is second. His score is down by 13 points to 20 per cent.
Iain Dale: Hunt and Morgan on the one side, and the Vote Leave campaign on the other, make idiots of themselves over the EU
Plus: The steel crisis. Trump’s abortion atrocity. Nick Watt, denied a Guardian promotion by political correctness. And: I leave ConHome to write for Momentum.
The paperwork culture has grown up because people in positions of authority in education have found it to their advantage.
This policy refuses to recognise local choice, is supported by a poor evidence base, and proposes large-scale upheaval for uncertain gain.
The views of parents matter – and they can serve as a bulwark against corruption.
We should unify all schools under one simple legal status. Opponents of reform are full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.
Parliament has left a gap in legislation that the courts and a quango are filling.