The Law and the Lockdown

  • By Anthony Speaight QC
  • April 24, 2020

As calls to lift the lockdown grow, it  now seems the Health Secretary exceeded his legal powers in imposing the Coronavirus regulations SI 350, says Anthony Speaight QC....

Failing, to succeed

  • By Professor John Marenbon FBA
  • January 17, 2020

As the Education Secretary warns against grade inflation, John Marenbon explains how to tackle it and the benefits that would follow.

Medicines Matter

  • By Dr Tony Hockley
  • November 29, 2019

If patients are to benefit from the most advanced treatments, pharmaceuticals must be on the table in  UK trade talks, says Tony Hockley. There are lessons to learn...

Bad Medicine for the Many

  • By Dr Tony Hockley
  • September 27, 2019

Labour's  proposals to seize intellectual property rights and set the state up as a generic drug manufacturer would have wide, deep, and lasting effects, says Dr Tony...

Christianity at Easter

  • By Jack Lopresti MP
  • April 18, 2019

As people the world over rightly respond to the challenge of rebuilding one great edifice, Notre Dame de Paris, we must remember the need to rebuild and succour...