At the last election 81 per cent of voters believed that a Conservative victory would mean fewer migrants. The party’s manifesto explicitly promised that “there will be fewer lower-skilled migrants and overall numbers will come down.”
A serious programme is needed to drive up prosecution rates and refocus on the police on bring criminals to justice.
If Sunak and Truss are remotely serious about either improving Britain’s long-term growth rate or competing with China, they must make our country a science superpower.
MPs might prefer to stick to their comfort zone, but winning the next election means meeting the public where they are.
Decentralisation sits comfortably within the Tory tradition – and pays clear political dividends as well.
Regional disparities can do huge damage to growth. Here are five reasons why the Government’s mission makes sense from every angle.
The first piece in a ConHome mini-series this week on industrial strategy after the pandemic.
A deep reservoir of community and contribution, obscured in normal times, has been uncovered by our present situation.
By engaging properly with the local community, the developer has won local consent for four times as many homes as originally proposed.
Rayner’s hostility to academies runs against both the interests and preferences of parents and pupils alike.
Onward estimates that up to 88,000 landlords would make use of the relief each year, transferring just under half a million homes into ownership over five years.
Onward proposes helping half a million young people by lending them a deposit in the same way that government underwrites some of their mortgage costs.