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As the U.K. prepares to leave the E.U., we have an opportunity to leverage our reputation for integrity and fair play as we establish new trading relationships.
The public must have confidence in our ability to control immigration – in terms of type and volume – from within the E.U. That is why, once we have left the E.U., this government will apply its own immigration rules and requirements that will meet the needs of U.K. businesses, but also of wider society.
A national government has to have national priorities.
Stalking can have devastating consequences, and I am determined that we do all we can to protect victims from these prolonged and terrifying campaigns of abuse that can last years, leaving many people too afraid to leave their homes and unable to get on with their lives.
Britain First, the English Defence League, the British National Party, and the National Front are all guilty of using British symbols and institutions (notably support for the Armed Forces) to attempt to further their own deeply objectionable beliefs.
Our security and prosperity are inextricably linked.
British people overwhelmingly reject the prejudiced rhetoric of the far right, which is the antithesis of the values this country represents: decency, tolerance, respect.
One of the biggest challenges for any Home Secretary – indeed, any government – is how we deal with emerging threats.
Sometimes a politician gets up and talks about British values and what we think that means, and we can be knocked down quite harshly, but I don’t think we should be. I think we should be able to talk about British values and about immigration without people saying, ‘Oh, you’re just being like a crazed other party.’
We should be able to have a conversation about immigration; we should be able to have a conversation about what skills we want to have in the U.K. and whether we need to go out of the U.K. in order to get them to boost our economy, and I don’t think we should have a situation where we can’t talk about it.
I want to make sure those who view despicable terrorist content online, including jihadi websites, far-right propaganda, and bomb-making instructions, face the full force of the law.
Automation is driving the decline of banal and repetitive tasks.
The important thing is that government gives the security services the tools that are necessary to keep us safe.
I see no difference between a violent Islamist and a far-Right terrorist.
We stand for law and order, so we will not allow the scourge of violence to infect our communities.
All terrorists must face the full force of the law.
We have a cadre of home-grown cyber-skilled professionals to meet the demands of an increasingly digital world, in the public and private sectors and in defence.
The men and women of our emergency services are the very best of us.
When our TV screens are filled with heartbreaking images of suffering, we have to dig deep inside ourselves in order to keep going.
When hard-working Brits hand over a chunk of their pay cheque every month so they can look forward to a decent retirement, they are expecting bosses to look after it. That’s something you should be able to take for granted.
People with disabilities and health conditions have enough challenges in life. Dealing with my department should not be one of them. So my ambition is to significantly improve how DWP supports disabled people and those with health conditions.
Under Mr. Corbyn, Labour are a shambles.
Don’t call me a racist.
I don’t need to understand how encryption works to understand how it’s helping the criminals.
National projects have to come from the top.
We must not let hate win.
Most of the people I came across in the finance and business world were honest people, doing the best for their staff and for their family. But I encountered many who weren’t.
Encryption plays a fundamental role in protecting us all online. It is key to growing the digital economy and delivering public services online. But, like many powerful technologies, encrypted services are used and abused by a small minority of people.
I want to be part of a government that reaches across the whole of the country.
Protecting children at risk of exploitation will always be a priority, and at the other end, safeguarding an ageing population brings its own challenges.
We need to make sure that organisations like WhatsApp – and there are plenty of others like that – don’t provide a secret place for terrorists to communicate with each other.
Saying we should scrap drones shows an irresponsible and nonsensical ignorance of the way we protect our country. It lets down our servicemen and servicewomen fighting terrorists who want to harm us.
We are critically dependent on the Internet, and it’s ingrained in our way of life.