‘Giving with one hand and taking with the other’ – an analysis of the Schools White Paper 2022
We used to just ‘trust’ ourselves
Can things only get better?
There is a plot to remove the democratically-elected Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and/or his wife
It shouldn’t matter where you come from if you want to work for the Government
There should be no barriers whatsoever to the State’s ability to recruit the very best and brightest for the roles it needs
2020 – Will it spell ‘the lost year’, or ‘the lost decade’?
It wasn’t supposed to be like this
It’s not the teachers we should blame if schools don’t reopen in September
People are just scared at the moment in this country. Teachers are scared, as are their pupils. So are the parents of those pupils. And so are the employers of those parents.
Change our laws if you must, but not our culture
“There is nothing so permanent as the temporary”
Can Labour activists really trust Momentum anymore?
As their flouting of electoral law was revealed…
How will historians view establishment opposition to Brexit?
Great upheaval always precedes great change
The General Election result has electrified Westminster
Now it’s time to switch things up!
The Sword of Damocles hangs above the hopes of millions in Parliament this week
Why Brexiteers must hold the line
The problem is: choice
The view that has constrained free markets, and free societies, for so long
De échte vraag in het Brexit-debat
De deur staat wijd open, maar wij zijn er toch bang voor…
Braveheart: how would Britain have negotiated with Scotland if it had voted for independence?
And how is Brexit any different?