Nigel Biggar is Regius Professor of Moral & Pastoral Theology, and Director of the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics, & Public Life, University of Oxford
Latest in our blog series looking at party manifestos - how big is the bill for Govt’s “objective” to reduce immigration to "10s of 1000s”? twitter.com/David_Go…
"The Manifesto makes clear that the interest of the consumer should be heard, rather than the producer and business lobby."
"In past, PMs —who see a lot of capts of industry -hv been too readily persuaded that what works for large companies also works for Britain"
"Considering splits over Europe of last 30 yrs, apparent unity around [Theresa May's] Brexit manifesto is little short of astonishing."
Warwick Lightfoot also reflects on last week's Conservative manifesto policyexchange.org.u…