I immediately volunteered to help out at the hospital, where I already had an honorary contract – as well as at the soon-to-open Nightingales.
Various Leavers – and the head of the Remain campaign – predicted such an outcome. Now it seems we’re seeing it happen.
One party cannot have a monopoly on BAME voters. Competition breeds excellence, and if we want excellent BAME policies, we need politicians competing for our votes.
To my mind, once some kind of base fairness has been established, then it’s best to leave cultural transformations down to demand.
Plus: the official measure of inflation should be changed; student funding requires reform; and the Chancellor must prepare for No Deal.
Brexit offers an opportunity to change our path – and failing to do so could bring very serious electoral consequences.
Our university system is not producing enough at present, and the Government’s proposed reforms threaten to produce even fewer.
MigrationWatch believes that net migration from the EU is unlikely to fall below 155,000 in the medium to long term for as long as free movement continues.
Indiscriminate attacks on Parliament, the judiciary, the civil service, the media and business are anti-meritocratic and nihilistic, which should trouble those on the Right.
A reflection on the provisional results of the 2016 ONS Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, published today.
Meanwhile, Northern Ireland is feeling pretty chipper.
Their personal wellbeing is lower than other age groups’.
The Office for National Statistics has landed on various metrics. It’s important that we look at them, as well as at GDP.
The majority of workers have had some wage growth – of four per cent per annum – since 2010.
There are few clear answers to that question, despite all the firm rhetoric flying around. What we need is more nuance and better information.