We need Universal Enterprise, a relaunch of the Enterprise Allowance scheme targeted at women, to bring down our unusually high level of female economic inactivity.
I’m seeking the nomination for one of our new constituencies with a programme of liberalisation concerning cross-Solent travel, economic regeneration, and diversification.
Shadow Ministers have attacked the idea. But Labour councils were falling over themselves to put in bids. Levelling up is now about a hand up not a hand out.
The EU has imposed a series of requirements which have increased costs and complexity. There is no longer the need for the UK to impose such EU requirements.
“You can trust me to do what it takes. The status quo is not an option. That is why we can’t give in to the voices of decline.”
At present, we are languishing in the polls. However, if we keep their reputation for being good on the economy, then the public may decide to give us another chance.
The key takeaway is that she has long thought that there was insufficient focus on growth – and that good policy can deliver it.
The annual love-in of the global elite is a pointless charade that does little to highlight the power of markets to help the poorest.
“It takes the pressure off parts of the overheating South East while offering hope and opportunity to those areas that have felt left behind.”
Truss says her “vision is to strengthen our economic and security ties in order to build a network of liberty around the world.”
Within the party, policies of the free market feel old school – and the language associated with it even more so.
Ultimately, we either believe in free enterprise, and put customers and passengers ahead of fat-cat bosses and bureaucrats, or we don’t.
Much of our economic growth and job creation comes from innovation from new enterprises. Tax incentives make sense.