General Election 2015

The Education Secretary should prioritise good teaching in order to consolidate Michael Gove’s reforms

Why London bucked the national trend towards the Tories

The myth of a ‘progressive majority’ mesmerises the Left. Fail to learn the lessons of defeat and Labour will lose next time too

The government now has an opportunity to reform our human rights laws — but progress will be tricky

How did the pre-election polls get it so wrong? By misjudging the turnout

The Conservative majority took everyone by surprise — or did it?

Maurice Glasman’s agenda for the common good draws on religious and secular traditions. It has lessons for both the Right and the Left    

“Only the party that wins the trust of the middle classes deserves to govern.”

A modest proposal for reducing the National Debt

Voters north of the border are gripped by a nationalist mania. The SNP’s zealotry means I no longer feel as at home there as I once did