To date she has steered clear of the phrase, but it should be core to the work of any government which wants all Britons to fulfil their potential.
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“Where people have made that life choice to be here in the United Kingdom, we will support them and enable them to carry on living their lives as before.”
She is the respectable tenant of Downing Street, a public-sector property to which Jeremy Corbyn has yet to establish his claim.
But Rees-Mogg, Jenkin and Bone indicated that her problem is not just with the DUP. It is with her own party.
Can it be that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have spread their beneficent influence even into the Commons chamber?
The Deputy Prime Minister insists that Britain will meet all its obligations in order to “maintain a deep and special partnership” with the European Union.
That’s what Sarah Wollaston suggested on my show this week. Plus: my prison visit, sticking by your friends…and sticking with spending control in the Budget.
“We have protected police budgets, and we’re putting more money into counter-terrorism policing.”
May sounded perkier than she has for months.
Such frivolous considerations as entertaining the spectators play no part in the Prime Minister’s defensive technique.
“All of us in this House should have due care and attention to the way in which we refer to other people.”
At Prime Minister’s Questions, Philip Davies asked her about Corbyn’s policy of ruling out no-deal.
The Prime Minister’s staff need to get to work on an Elementary Economics Course for Lefties.
“What we want is Universal Credit which is simpler, more straightforward, and which makes sure that work always pays.”
Gone are the days when the Prime Minister could sweep Corbyn aside as a ludicrous leftie.