The Tories of the 2030s will need to make a complete clean break with the 1980s. We can think new ideas – and return to older ones to conserve and protect the institutions that make up the social fabric of this country.
At the Parliamentary event I hosted, Ruth March from AstraZeneca explained how precision medicine meant we could eradicate all deaths from cancer in her lifetime.
Our choice will be between the de-growth agenda of the left, or one of innovation, creativity and technological advance.
The Government should implement a binding innovation principle to unleash the UK economy.
The TIGGR document on regulation published today focuses on playing to our strengths in the highest growing sectors of tomorrow.
Plus: Why as an Ipswich supporter I’m happy to see the end to the European Super League. And: My take on Mercer’s resignation.
The risk of dying as a consequence of having received the AstraZeneca anti-Covid vaccine is minimal.
To make ‘global Britain’ work, ministers will need to do more to defend British companies against politically-motivated attacks.
All the same, we have to make this relationship work – because, if we do not, both sides have the capacity to do each other a lot of harm.
The British government has been commendably muted on the behaviour of von der Leyen and other politicians.
The suspension of the vaccine will lead to more problems in areas that are already struggling with their roll outs.
Some leaders realise the seriousness of the problem. Merkel’s spokesman has pleaded with Germans to take the “safe and highly effective” jab.
The third article in a five-part ConHome series this week on the future of the United Kingdom.
The third piece in a ConHome mini-series this week on industrial strategy after the pandemic.