The future for Britain on the world stage

So much has been written already in light of last week’s vote in the House of Commons. Editorials have concluded that it was a bad night for both the Prime Minister and for his opposite number, a worse night for British foreign policy but a good night for democracy. I don’t think the political ramifications […]

Michael Gove and the Education Revolution

Since becoming the Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove has succeeded in reclaiming the education agenda for the Government, Conservative Party and centre right. A difficult feat, since this area of policy has for so long been considered home turf for the social democrats. Since Anthony Crosland and the emergence of Deweyism in the […]