Hunt faces the conflicting objectives of reassuring the markets at the same time as continuing with as much of her agenda as possible.
The EU has imposed a series of requirements which have increased costs and complexity. There is no longer the need for the UK to impose such EU requirements.
Previous attempts to reform our health service have not gone far enough.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has made the important point that if Civil Servants work from home, they lose out on the by-products of working in an office.
On a recent visit to Delhi, I was struck by how the subcontinent has been transformed in recent decades.
The Russian president has encountered much more determined military, economic, and political resistance than he anticipated.
It is also clear that Rishi Sunak is positioning himself to be able to take over as PM.
Government should make it attractive for entrepreneurs and engineers to come up with new ideas themselves.
It would be desirable to see an informed and open-minded ongoing debate about global warming, rather than being dictated to.
Politicians and civil servants need to relearn that the route to lower taxes lies in sustained economic growth and discipline on public expenditure.
A Keynesian stimulus was the right response to the Covid-19 crisis. But to keep it up now risks inflation.
Furthermore, the world will soon realise that Brexit is no disaster but rather a big positive which could harness growth.
I question whether our reformed apprenticeship system goes far enough.
We should aim for relative free trade in areas where we compete strongly, and subsidies for parts of our food and agricultural industry which need support.
I would hope it has researched which areas of expenditure have the largest spending multiplier effects.