This June, thousands of protestors will march through central London waving the AK-47-adorned flag of a terrorist organisation, calling for the destruction of the Jewish state. They will be able to do so through a legal loophole which must...
James Gray, Conservative Party Parliamentary Candidate for North Wiltshire The United States and Britain’s military adventures in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya may well have been justifiable one way or another in their own rights, and especially in the aftermath of...
Caring is not – and should never be – an abstract concept. Many of us already provide care and support for friends, relatives and neighbours. We share a common desire to look after those who mean the most to...
Frank Field, Chair of the Work and Pensions Select Committee and Labour MP for Birkenhead Arguably, one watchword for the UK’s Fourth Industrial Revolution is flexibility. Technology has facilitated all kinds of new ways of working, with the self-employed often...
Politicians always talk about the future as if it were full of dramatic possibilities. The reality is usually prosaic and uneventful. But the next few months could, genuinely, reshape the country’s future in ways that will be felt for...
By Lord Paul Tyler The House of Lords is more likely to evolve in a democratic direction now than at any point in the last century. With both parties in the Coalition Cabinet firmly behind a set of reform proposals,...
Everyone has an affection for their local NHS hospital. I am so proud of what my local hospital, the West Suffolk, does in these challenging times. It is in places like the West Suffolk, as in thousands of other...
As the coalition government (at least in its Conservative majority) on balance appears to show a greater preference than its predecessor for bilateral rather than multilateral approaches to international engagement, it is perhaps time for a brief appraisal of...
The year 2019 looks set to be dominated by Brexit. Like many, I have learned not to make predictions about politics, but whatever happens over ...
This October included both World Food Day and World Anti-Slavery Day. To mark both occasions, I led a debate in Parliament to highlight some of the worst instances of modern slavery and exploitation in...

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