Articles by David Willetts
Blair ran rings around us, but we have finally learnt to deal with New Labour
The Conservative party has traditionally combined two great principles—personal freedom and public service. It now needs a new idea of community
Why are some societies more violent than others? Because they're too young
Does welfare to work make any more sense than tax and spend?
Britain's famous obsession with class is, paradoxically, the result of an unusually high level of social mobility
Labour says it can combine social cohesion with economic efficiency but so far it is just being bossy. Tories understand real institutions, not abstract communities
Tony Wright is an impeccable New Labour Blairite, argues David Willetts, but his book has little to offer beyond outdated admiration for the German model and moral denunciation