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If both the Government and the Bank have a vested interest in inflation, what should be done about it?

Paul Goodman

“Debate on monetary policy has been back of house since 1997, but the cost of living crisis should return it to front of shop.”

Football regulation and moral hazard

Henry Hill

“Whether or not one supports the principle, this new vehicle has the potential to backfire and must be managed with great care.”

Johnson was treated unfairly over the cake ambush. But that doesn’t invalidate the Met’s wider investigation.

William Atkinson

“Although the force might be thought a tad over-zealous, the Prime Minister will not get off the hook for larger infractions than cake giving and a singsong.”

Increasingly, university is a place where you are told what to think rather than taught how to think. This must change.

Michelle Donelan MP

“They and their student unions will face fines for engaging with or supporting cancel culture.”

Free speech includes the right to be offensive, Mr Speaker

Toby Young

“Hoyle is within his rights to disapprove of the media reporting Commons gossip about Rayner, but not to summon journalists.”

Profile: Chris Bryant, the “natural rocker of boats” who aims to sink the Prime Minister’s 

Andrew Gimson 

“As long as this former priest and aspirant actor can find some high moral reason for doing so, he loves to make trouble”

Global data shatters the illusion that the NHS is ‘the best in the world’

Frank Young 

“A new ranking shows that despite mid-table spending, the British people are not getting the healthcare they deserve.”

Should Britain and NATO now emulate Russia and be actively preparing for war?

Dr Sarah Ingham

“Or are more than three million armed personnel going to continue to sit out while the Ukrainians battle it out?”

Are windfall taxes unconservative? Thatcher and Howe didn’t think so.

William Atkinson 

“But bearing the stamp of approval from the Iron Lady and her first Chancellor does not stop them from being a fundamentally bad idea.”

Deregulating childcare would be a small step towards solving a vast problem

Henry Hill

“The exorbitant cost of raising a family had deep structural causes, but Johnson doesn’t operate on such terms.”