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The spending decisions of successive governments have left our defences ‘hollowed out’, warns Defence Committee chair Julian Lewis
We have made huge progress in reducing the stigma around mental health. However, there is more we must do to break down barriers to treatment, writes Johnny Mercer
We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make Britain a global leader in green policy and rewrite our approach to environmentalism, farming and fishing, writes Michael Gove
For centuries Britain has been the champion of free trade. My department is working hard to make sure will live up to that legacy after Brexit.
At the general election, Scottish Conservatives showed that we have the same priorities as the people of Scotland. Now we must show we have the answers to the huge challenges we face.
Conservative gloom is deep ahead of their conference next week. They know they need to change – or demography will do for them.
Labour has positive proposals on skills and learning, from career-boosting apprenticeships, to a National Education Service, says Gordon Marsden
The Conservatives are a party with a grassroots problem. The answer? A field in Berkshire, themed tents, a fiddle and a handful of dressed-down MPs: welcome to the ‘Ideas Fest’. Sebastian Whale reports.
It’s been a bumpy ride for the Conservatives, but transport minister Jesse Norman believes winning back voters’ support is simply about getting on with the task at hand. He talks to Elizabeth Bates
She’s the politically poised leader of the Lords charged with steering Brexit through an unusually hostile second chamber – but Alan Mak finds Baroness Evans unruffled by one of the greatest legislative challenges of modern times
From influencing the DUP on equalities, to transforming marginalised communities and balancing Brexit for business, Margot James tells Emilio Casalicchio why now is a time of opportunity
A refreshingly candid James Cleverly talks to Kevin Schofield about learning from the past, the importance of selling your message and why – although he’d ‘love’ to be Prime Minister – now is the time for loyalty
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