The Prime Minister must pursue fiscal loosening and monetary tightening now or inflation risks undoing her wider reforms agenda before she even starts.
The first part of a ConHome series this week on housing and planning in the wake of the Queen’s Speech.
It’s wrong that so many young people are induced to wrack up debt for qualifications that do not boost their prospects.
If his mission is successful, he will hugely bolster the long-term future of the Conservative party.
They can increase housing supply, save the government further spending, and show key workers that their sacrifice has not been forgotten.
One of the more seductive myths in the housing debate is that there is enough brownfield land to satisfy our building needs.
Annual net migration currently suggests 55,000 more homes a year since the 2014 projections – more than the entire rise planned after the housing row.
The local plan process must remain at the heart of planning, so we must find a way to work within the existing framework.
The first group of savings are about making the state more efficient, the second about creating a state focused on the core tasks of government.
Housing played a small role in the 2019 election, but the first piece in a new mini-series notes that home ownership is the key driver of voter behaviour.
The idea that leaving the EU simply cannot be done has emerged since the referendum – if true, it would shatter our political system.