The only way to victory is if we get out there and fight for it, fight for people’s votes and show them we’re on their side. I think if we’re introspective – we all know that divided parties don’t win electionsConservative Party chairman Richard Holden
Reports in recent weeks suggested Mr Jenrick wanted to go further in tackling both legal and illegal migration than Mr Cleverly was prepared to go, and he had used his platform as immigration minister to deliver tough rhetoric on the need to crack down on both.
When challenged on how he knows the impact will not be “catastrophic”, Mr Gove added: “I can’t be certain of anything, but the figures that I have examined were modelling that was conducted by the Home Office and the particular change that was made I think will have an impact on the margins, undoubtedly, but not a significant impact.”
Currently, someone can apply for a gender recognition certificate (GRC) if they are 18 or over, have been diagnosed with gender dysphoria in the UK, have been living in their affirmed gender for at least two years, and intend to live in this gender for the rest of their life.
She said she expects “some more” schools will uncover the dangerous concrete as follow-up survey work is carried out, but added: “What we expect now from where we are, when we have gone through and gone to the more difficult to reach parts of the building, is that there will only be probably more of a handful more cases because it’s definitely massively slowed down.”
The report, titled The Patronising Disposition of Unaccountable Power, set out 25 “essential” learning points and called for the establishment of a charter for families bereaved by public tragedy, publicly-funded legal representation for families at inquests where public bodies are represented, and a “duty of candour” for police officers.
“The EU said it would never reopen the Withdrawal Agreement and it did. They never, and I can say this with real feeling, give an emergency brake and yet they did when it came to Stormont, and they never really make exceptions for single market access for non-single market countries and yet they have.
Natalie Perera, chief executive of the Education Policy Institute (EPI) think tank, said: “Today’s Pisa results confirm that England, alongside many other OECD nations, has experienced considerable learning loss as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.”
The Daily Telegraph reported that British lawyers could be sent to advise Rwandan judges, perhaps for specific asylum case hearings or for longer periods, to help ensure appeals are granted correctly, although the Kigali government is unlikely to accept any arrangement which would look like colonial-style legal interference.
Speaking to reporters in Dublin, Mr Martin added: “We’ll continue to work with all of the parties – Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Qatar and others – to first of all get hostages out, to get remaining civilians out, but more critically to get the war ended.