A collection of responses to today’s statement from the Centre for Policy Studies, the Adam Smith Institute, and others.
Far better that councils do all they can locally – raise taxes locally to deal with crime, health, education, and the rest – and leave national governments to deal with national issues.
The twenty-sixth article in a new series on ConHome about how government might be made smaller, taxpayers better off and and society stronger – through strong families, better schools and good jobs.
New rules threaten to give England a generation of houses that are uglier and less popular than those we have built historically.
Ministers need to find their voice and put a rocket under all of this, ensuring all schools are matched to a MAT (Multi-Agency Trust).
The sixteenth article in a new series on ConHome about how government might be made smaller, taxpayers better off and and society stronger – through strong families, better schools and good jobs.
None of Vince’s presuppositions about the project – that the technology, the economy, and the public are on side – stand up to scrutiny.
6.6 per cent is the average return made over the last ten years by British International Investment (BII), the UK’s development finance institution, which is backed to fund private sector projects in less developed countries.
Downing Street seems to think that one day’s bad publicity over clearing the backlog is a price worth paying for sorting the small boats problem. It needs to do so now more than ever.
With the right policies, the Government would attract more of the world’s most imaginative and inventive scientists, helping them build their own businesses here in the UK.