Our interviewee on the “disgraceful” treatment of Symonds and Johnson’s longstanding Euroscepticism.
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Nick Hillman: Three options for higher education. Less support for students, fewer of them – or else they pay more
If if the higher education sector must take some further pain in the spending review, then the last option is the least bad.
He is averse to using numbers as the main instrument of control – perhaps viewing them as an arbitrary measure of success.
Radical: Self-ID for transgendered people has been stopped for now. But the struggle for truth and sense continues.
Equivalent reform is being pursued in Scotland; in combination with its hate speech bill, this would be dangerously authoritarian.
Radical: While political leaders hide from confrontation, activists are winning the war on self-identification
In the weeks before recess, trans rights activists became more vocal in their efforts to stop Truss’s reform of the Gender Recognition Act.
David Lidington: My friend David Gauke is wrong. Liberal Tories should still feel at home in the Conservative Party.
Our electoral success has rested in large measure on an ability and willingness to adapt to the realities of social and economic change.
Radical: The BBC, Pink News and how, in reporting on the Gender Recognition Act, the media has shown shocking inaccuracy
Over the last few weeks, publications have routinely made errors in how they cover the GRA and JK Rowling. Readers must beware.
Agreeing underlying principles, not getting an extension, is the key to reaching an agreement.
Luckily, Hancock has recognised the need for change, which has been made more urgent by the Coronavirus.
Stephen Booth: Contrary to expectations, the UK may have the upper hand as Brexit negotiations intensify
With its objective being British sovereignty, Johnson’s government can justify economic disruption better than the EU.
Andrea Leadsom: By enhancing mental health support in the early years, we can change our society for the better
My own return to the backbenches has allowed me to focus on this vital area for the Government.
Andrew Bowie: Events are moving dangerously quickly in the South China sea. Global Britain must step up.
The Chinese Communist Party has enhanced its campaign to dominate this critical waterway. Our country and its allies must act.
Stephen Booth: The UK and EU should agree a deal this year. The implementation period is the tricky part.
With draft texts exchanged, it’s unlikely that the Government will seek out a Brexit extension.
Alistair Burt: A re-entry strategy is needed, and there’s no reason why the UK should not take a global lead on this
Coronavirus is unlikely to be “the big one” in terms of pandemics; this is why we must step up our preparations for next time.
Research suggests that the public salience of immigration has fallen significantly since 2016. What does this mean for the government going forward?