Not divisive? So any candidate who believes that marriage should be between a man and a woman or who believes that pre-born lives also matter, need not apply?
I agree that public organisations must only act in a politically neutral way, but the article goes too far in suggesting that millions of people who work in public organisations should be barred from holding offices in political parties. So a maths teacher who works in a private school should be allowed to become the treasurer of his or her local political party branch but a maths teaching working in a comprehensive school would be denied that right? Similarly nurses who work for the NHS would be deprived of those rights but would retain them if they working in a private hospital?
Whenever Gavin Williamson guarantees anything you can safely assume the complete opposite will happen.
Since the main economic levels were retained by Westminster, the impact of the Welsh Government on a Welsh economic performance can only be marginal at best.
Over 80,000 positive cases on 29th December.
How on earth has this been allowed to get so out of control after all the restrictions over the past 9 months?
Actual most people are ‘ahead of the curve’ if the ‘curve’ is Johnson.
Yes, Johnson sees that Starmer has argued for it, and that Sturgeon has announced it for Scotland, then decides to copy. Leadership at its finest....
I don’t know what Sturgeon will think of it by I am pleased to see this development - she deserves everything the criminal justice system hits her with.
Amazing how Boris Johnson just watches what Nicola Sturgeon does then simply follows her lead. To be fair, at least he has learned that dither and delay is not a good strategy and he is now copying and acting more quickly than he did back in March.
Any other political views you think should be outlawed from those wishing to stand for election to the UK parliament?