UK Politics

The UK’s housing sector is straining at the seams; empty units and second houses are a sign of economic health 

Parents are ill-equipped to fight the power of Big Tech over children’s lives — they desperately need the law to be on their side

The UK is fighting an unwinnable conflict in a world that it doesn’t understand, without plan or purpose

The Civil Service’s utter determination not to do anything ministers ask of it makes the Government’s work tricky

13 years of missed chances, bungled crises and miserable inaction

Reflections on the National Conservatism conference

The real battle of ideas will begin when the party’s time in office reaches the end of the road

The European Parliament is veering towards gunboat diplomacy

Those who stand outside abortion clinics offer help as well as prayers, but buffer zones cut off that lifeline