Just like 'the deficit' before it, this potent term can be used to justify all kinds of changes no one voted for.
A High Street store may give Theresa May the model for bolstering the role of employees in how companies are run.
The new prime minister has made social justice her brand. But the evidence shows just how big a job her predecessors left for her.
Inequality for those left behind is a necessary byproduct of rewarding those who excel.
Her closing conference speech promised a plan to regain the centre and look after those in need, but the prime minister never quite got round to delivering it.
Joseph Chamberlain tried to reconcile international trade with the needs of British workers and failed. Can Theresa May really succeed?
There is precedent for mass rehoming: just look at what happened to the Ugandan Asian population.
Theresa May gave the green light to leave the European union and turned it into a mandate to make all the decisions herself.
Theresa May's proposals for curbs on uncontrolled migration are both unimaginative and disingenuous.
Proposed laws will put corporate executives in the firing line when the law is broken on their watch.
The reintroduction of grammar schools means that once again schools and headteachers will be required to make sense of contradictory national policies.
The cynic might argue Theresa May wants to endear herself to the electorate, and what could be more convenient than to bring back a policy which resonates strongly with aspiring middle class parents.
If free movement of people is not on the table, then neither is single market access.
We need all schools and young people to thrive, not just the select few.
The former PM appears to be distancing himself from the policies of the new government.
The history of a policy that will not die.
A new study has looked at what happend when grammar schools were made free to all children in the 1940s.
Theresa May is wise to play the long game when it comes to negotiating the UK's exit from the EU.
It is no threat to UK sovereignty and protects vulnerable citizens – so why replace the Human Rights Act?
The decision to delay a major nuclear deal has ruffled feathers in Beijing. Is this a sign of the new PM's approach to international relations?