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The Home Office is flying blind in the Ukrainian refugee crisis, pretending as usual that there is no real problem

Andrew Gimson

“Reeves, the Shadow Chancellor, sat nodding and smiling beside her Leader, while perhaps contemplating how she could have given the PM a harder time.”

My new book on the NHS – and what voters think about their favourite institution

Lord Ashcroft

“People tend to be risk-averse – one of our focus group participants referred to the “psychic assurance” that the NHS will always be there for them.”

The Ukraine War Quad. Johnson, Sunak, Wallace – and Gove

Paul Goodman

“His Levelling Up Department is now all over refugee policy – not to mention the Union, the Sewell Report and equalities.”

State capacity failure, not conspiracy, explains why the UK has been slow on individual sanctions

Henry Hill

“Administrative bottlenecks, a risk-averse institutional culture, and London’s famously litigious environment are all drag factors.”

Defence, energy, food. Ten ways in which this war should change Government policy and the way we live.

Paul Goodman

“His Levelling Up Department is now all over refugee policy – not to mention the Union, the Sewell Report and equalities.”

Bercow was never fit to be Speaker, and MPs must shoulder a share of the blame for him

Henry Hill

“Guilty of bullying and banned for life from Parliament; a grim denouement to an abysmal term in the Chair.”

Restoring confidence in policing will involve some hard choices

Lisa Townsend

“We need to be honest about what it is for and what it is not. Protecting life and property must come first.”

Javid’s big healthcare speech. He spells out some home truths to the NHS.

Robert Ede and Sean Phillips

“Telling producer interest bodies that there won’t be more money is a difficult message to land. But this speech was clearly aimed at a bigger audience.”

Defence and security. If the Germans can rid themselves of their sacred cows, then so can the British.

John C Hulsman

“Telling producer interest bodies that there won’t be more money is a difficult message to land. But this speech was clearly aimed at a bigger audience.”

Sanctioning oligarchs. Here’s a guide to the emergency legislation we need.

Richard Ekins and Stephen Laws

“The solution is emergency legislation that lists in a schedule every Russian national who has been the target of EU and US sanctions.”