The fire at Grenfell should have been a wake-up call for urgent changes, yet almost two years on hundreds of blocks are still at risk. Public inquiries need to be faster at helping prevent repeat tragedies, writes Emma Norris.
The reaction to President Trump’s comments shows public concern about private sector involvement in the NHS but, as Sarah Nickson writes, the public might be surprised about how much this already happens.
Conservative leadership candidates must ensure that any promised tax cuts are well-evidenced, properly evaluated and coupled with reforms to the many inefficiencies in the current tax system, says Dr Gemma Tetlow.
Dominic Raab has refused to rule out proroguing Parliament to stop it preventing a no deal Brexit. Dr Hannah White argues such a move would be undemocratic, would drag the Queen into politics and would be unlikely to succeed without triggering an election.
Northern Ireland counted its European election results on Monday. But, Jill Rutter says, just because the Northern Irish results came late does not make them any less important for the future of Brexit.