A century on from the granting of Votes for Women we should honour our manifesto pledge to deliver Votes for Life. A new Private Member’s Bill offers the opportunity.
His first major interview returns policy to the spirit of May’s original education ideas, with new faith schools and expanded selective ones as part of the mix.
At the Kimblewick Hunt in the Chilterns, they can see that now is not the time to try to reverse it.
By April, about 1.4million non-EU migrants and students will have been given unlimited access to the NHS for a pittance.
Well, at least more people than previously now know he is Minister for Children and Families. What should be in his in-tray?
Brexit has transformed the context in which we plan our security. Commitments to our European neighbours and Global Britain require more money.
Is there a national collection of staff ideas? Are Whitehall teams working together? What conversations are being held with housebuilders? There’s so much to be done.
The Conservatives need to support genuine allies – such as savers, home owners, small businesses, and the armed forces.
At best, people don’t think about the issue. But as soon as they do, they overwhelmingly support the ban. A vote would have been hugely damaging.
In normal times Diane Abbott’s miscalculation on the cost of police, or Tim Farron’s “smell my spaniel” moment, might have won. But not this year.
Economically, it could be transformational, as it has been in Norway, which established its fund back in the early 1990s. It is now worth over a trillion dollars.
The Cabinet Ministers who backed Leave have gone along with a payment of some £50 billion. But they are digging in their heels over the role of the court – rightly.
The challenge for aid donors and recipients alike is to work together to improve its efficiency and effectiveness.
The Cabinet must have a clearer collective idea than it does now of what it wants to gain from a deal – and, in particular, how it intends to handle regulatory divergence.
The Chancellor needs to help deliver the sense of direction so strikingly absent in Manchester last month, and indeed since last June’s election.