If local authorities really thought there was backing for Council Tax increases, they wouldn’t dodge holding referendums.
The notion that businesses should focus less on profit for shareholders and more on social issues has been tested to its limits.
The Industrial Revolution wrought enormous change, enriching the country and its people. It was a force for global good and thank goodness for it.
The UK has made it crystal clear to its trading partners which side of the table it is going to be on.
Our choice will be between the de-growth agenda of the left, or one of innovation, creativity and technological advance.
Political popularity appears to be broad and sustained but, when eventually it is exhausted, the falling away of support is dramatic.
A careful reading of Hayek and Adam Smith will confirm that neither was invariably opposed to state action.
Most of the media coverage has been on the survey’s woke and anti-woke findings, but there was another important discovery.
The first of a mini-series of pieces on ConHome this week about the most distinctive of the Prime Minister’s big aims.
If you want societies that seek to impose virtue by force, leave the rest of us to muddled old Britain, and try Jonestown.
Wind and nuclear power both produce electricity. But if someone said we needed a tax on wind power to subsidise nuclear, you’d think they were mad.
Is economics the key after all – driving the culture wars in western liberal democracies?
Absent a clearly articulated strategy business uncertainty will heighten, and severe non-compliance is risked