- Dr Rachel Joyce: We must ensure that the NHS does not lose its experts in value for money and evidence based commissioning
- Matthew Sinclair: The 2020 Tax Commission
- Andrew Lilico: Is constitutional conservatism finished, and what would that mean?
- Roger Helmer: If the Conservative Party has ceased to be conservative, what exactly is the point of it?
- Philip Booth: Scrapping the "default retirement age" is another nail in the coffin of freedom of contract
- Hind Essoussi: How protesting LSE students interrupted an event with Jeremy Hunt last night
- Felix Bungay: Radical constitutional reform should include an elected second chamber, a federal UK, a directly-elected Prime Minister and a separation of the executive from the legislature
- JP Floru: Defending civil liberties is not the same as setting criminals free
- Josh Mead: So President Obama thinks France is America's greatest ally? As an American, I hope this ludicrous suggestion won't harm transatlantic relations
- Neil O'Brien: Michael Gove is confronting Britain’s education disaster – so why are the Left complaining?
- Robert Halfon MP: We should celebrate the fact that – despite so many threats to it – Kurdistan remains an Open Society
- Matthew Sinclair: Melanchthon's "misleading" attack on the TaxPayers' Alliance
Chloe Smith: My experience as a disabled person of Access to Work. What it does right. And how it could do better.
John Blake: This week, A-levels. Next, GCSEs. Now we need to know what the next Tory education reforms will be.
Henry Newman: Of the Government’s two proposals for post-Brexit customs policy, only one is workable
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