Theresa May

The rights and wrongs of the Government's treatment of the self-employed

6 days ago   |   Conservative Home

Imagine that a year ago Theresa May, then Prime Minister, had made a dramatic announcement about public emergencies - slap bang in the midst of the Brexit crisis. On that very...
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Theresa May's social injustice office ‘doesn't exist - and never will'

7 days ago   |   The Guardian

Former PM pledged to tackle race, gender and disabilty disparities - but Office for Tackling Injustices has never convened nor published a budget A new body promised by Theresa...
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A book which sees the ultra-liberals as a threat. But doesn't recognise that they're not having it all their own way

7 days ago   |   Conservative Home

Remaking One Nation: Conservatism in an Age of Crisis by Nick Timothy Nick Timothy begins his book with his own crisis: “At two minutes to ten, my world fell to pieces.” It was...
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Windrush scandal shames the Home Office | Letters

8 days ago   |   The Guardian

Readers respond to Amelia Gentleman's extensive coverage and the Home Office's treatment of those affected Amelia Gentleman is to be thanked again for her sterling work on...
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Alistair Burt: A re-entry strategy is needed, and there's no reason why the UK should not take a global lead on this

8 days ago   |   Conservative Home

It's not just an exit strategy we need, it's a re-entry one as well. On Wednesday Theresa May asked the key question about exit strategy from the Coronavirus pandemic, a...
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Windrush scandal: from offhand denial to May's shamefaced apology

8 days ago   |   The Guardian

Home Office response to Guardian campaign reveals official indifference In the six months between the first Windrush interview I did for the Guardian in November 2017 and the...
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Steve Bell on the fallout from the Windrush inquiry - cartoon

9 days ago   |   The Guardian


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What we wouldn't give for a Gordon Brown or John Major right now

9 days ago   |   The Guardian

Boris Johnson and his cabinet of salesmen and women are out of their depth in a crisis Follow coronavirus updates Latest news: at a glance The government appears to have taken...
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Home Office tasked with putting fairness first after Windrush

9 days ago   |   The Guardian

Report calls for a clear mission statement for department based on humanity and inclusion In her report on the Windrush scandal, Wendy Williams does not quite brand the Home...
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Windrush report condemns Home Office 'ignorance and thoughtlessness'

9 days ago   |   The Guardian   |   5 articles

Home secretary apologises after scathing report says failings ‘consistent with some elements of institutional racism' The Home Office demonstrated “institutional ignorance and...
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