We might get the most optimal outcomes from the Independent Net Zero Review by extracting the best of it and focusing our efforts. Let’s prioritise those priorities.
There is next to no support among its ranks in the Commons for more immigration, liberalising planning law and improving access to European markets.
Commentators focus their attention on the Red or Blue walls, but the Conservatives shouldn’t turn their backs on the green bridge of voters in both camps, especially when we have a strong record on climate and the environment.
The shift to subsidies is more than the timely, targeted and temporary measures that we saw during the pandemic, and signifies a bigger change in global public policy.
The billionaires get the significance of Space – and regard their activities as some eccentric self-indulgence is to fail to grasp what they are really up to.
We need our Conservative government to do what it does best: provide a path to prosperity and empower people to get back to work.
Only when we work together to unlock the potential of Britain’s smallest entrepreneurs can we unleash the full power of the economy.
The Prime Minister must make up his mind whether or not to see through a policy to stop the small boats – now an issue of profound symbolic importance.
The moral of this story is that these models provide interesting context – a little like horoscopes. But when it comes to decision-making, give me an economic historian in preference to a model any day.
Fraud Awareness Week is a chance to reflect on the huge costs such crimes impose on British business.
A pro-green agenda can complement a pro-growth one rather than contradict it, and the two can work together hand in hand – making progress on levelling up as they do so.
The Business Secretary demonstrated to the Federation of Small Businesses that he will be their true friend and champion.
At a macro-level, it reinforces prudence and affordability. But at a micro-level, it can be an obstacle to speed, efficiency and innovation.
The Business Secretary stood outside a pub and proclaimed his support for vitality, prosperity and commerce.
The risk is that the Truss approach to business taxes will be that it is seen as being so out of touch with the public mood that she will provide a vulnerable target for the Government’s opponents.