There are signs that Cameron is increasingly sensitive to public concern and anger about the treatment of Christians in Muslim-majority countries
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Plus: Two funerals and me. My life as an Agony Uncle. Why Grayling is wrong about prison books. Sympathy for Mark Menzies. And finally: My mother’s pride.
The Lib Dem Minister’s Lamborghini defence of Osborne’s pensions plan was a reminder of his contribution to the Coalition.
His ruthlessly targeted budget was a reminder that ideas are always secondary to Osborne’s main purpose: winning.
As we gather for our conference, there are signs that our message on tax, spending, welfare and the EU referendum is also cutting through.
It’s time to increase tax thresholds, extend the one per cent cap on public sector pay, and cut welfare spending for better-off people.
Had the migration patterns of the 18 years before the Conservatives set their target been maintained, they might have hit it.
The Work and Pensions Secretary is right to roll back Labour’s culture of welfare dependency.
But the Government says the firm is “unprofessional” for wanting an early exit
A new report by Theos finds support for reciprocity and mutual support rather than means testing.
The Employment Minister welcomes the good economic news.
One of the cruellest illusions of collectivism, T.E.Utley once pointed out, is that compassion can be delegated to the state.
Our series continues by looking at where the Labour leader stands on benefits – on a shifting pile of Milimud.
As in 1983, the choice is is stark: either to continue progress towards recovery, or to follow extreme and damaging Labour policies
Although this time it’s not his political career that’s at stake, but the future of welfare reform.