The Chancellor will have have more money to play with than was forecast. How he uses these additional resources will tell us a great deal about his priorities.
As a Committee Chair, you can campaign for the things you believe in, speak to the media more freely – and still get things done.
For all the focus elsewhere, the most important domestic department for the next two years will be the Department of Health.
It’s hard work, but the progressive ideology has not gone away. It would be a tragedy for future generations if we gave in and settled for an easier life.
By suddenly expanding the range of factors informing the decision, the Government’s coronavirus mission-creep continues.
She is among a tiny handful of people who have actually made an impact on the problem. Her school Michaela is a beacon of hope.
Despite being the world leader in vaccinations, Israel has seen immunity wear off. The UK government is taking note.
It’s offered children from all backgrounds a range of enriching experiences during the long summer break.
All school subjects are not alike, and the attempt to bash them all into a single framework has failed.
Scotland’s new schools guidance is no excuse for repeating the tactics that brought Section 28 onto the statute book.
The most important quality for the next Secretary of State, I would have thought, is as a problem-solver/fire fighter.
An external comparator is a useful way of measuring the relative impact of various waves of public sector education reform.
The Department for Education has had a year to work out how to prevent a repeat of last year. It has rolled over.
‘We’ve seen a year where students, schools, the whole nation has had to deal with incredibly large challenges’, he says.
The fourth part of a series on ConHome this week about the politics of race and ethnicity in Britain today.