The horrific murders in Paris shocked us all. Let us come together to show solidarity with the French people – and show that terrorists will not divide us.
Trump risks toxifying US Republicans but with the populist challenge coming from outside the party, UK Conservatives needn’t fear death by demographics, write Frank Sharry and Sunder Katwala
Let’s have no ‘culture wars’ over the poppy, writes Avaes Mohammad: The strength of our tradition of remembrance is that it’s voluntary.
Countering the destructive and divisive narratives of extremists is vital, but on its own a counter-narrative will never be enough. We also need to offer all people in our society a positive and inclusive vision of a British society that we all want to share, and in which we are all welcome to play a part, argues Sunder Katwala.
The PM’s ‘Great British Take-Off’ speech on inequality was particularly well-timed. Proof of the pudding will the action that follows, writes Sunder Katwala
What should the 2020 Conservative manifesto say about immigration – and where do the rival leadership candidates stand? asks Steve Ballinger
Instead of a conference speech setting out how bad things are, the Home Secretary should set out a plan for how she will do something about it, writes Sunder Katwala
David Cameron needed to secure the support of up to 3 million new voters to win his 2015 majority. And, writes Sunder Katwala, that’s just what he did.