Free laptops for EU conferences. Town Hall Pravdas. Plus a “Brewery and Visitor Centre” on the Isle of Wight.
Red tape should be lifted to allow the Zoom era to continue. It can raise awareness and engagement.
To make ‘global Britain’ work, ministers will need to do more to defend British companies against politically-motivated attacks.
Door knocking is excellent. But the epidemic has prompted us to find other ways of winning over voters.
In Lichfield, I predict we will see a change with our next cohort of councillors. Those with jobs and young families will find it easier to take part.
The Labour leader says “this is the right decision, but in future, an announcement of this scale must be done with proper clarity.”
“We’ve been saying that government needs to have a proper strategy around this for many, many months.”
There is a strong case for making greater use of these tools: to allow wider participation and more transparent decision-making.
In Derbyshire, we have learnt to have a confident approach, not one wrapped in overly cautious, bureaucratic, risk-averse practice.
If the Daily Telegraph catches a whiff of threatened tax rises, it will offer pretty robust coverage.
The Foreign Secretary promises the Government is “establishing one of the strongest regimes for telecoms security anywhere in the world”.
She says discussions are taking place about a decision, but that claims in today’s papers aren’t accurate.
For the first time in decades the levers of British influence – defence, diplomacy, aid and trade – could sit alongside domestic efforts in education and infrastructure.
Residents want low taxes and regular bin collections, not big PR budgets and regular spin.