The Commissioners have restored good order. But they have failed to tackle profligate municipal spending and the high Council Tax burden on residents that results from it.
As I vote on legislation passing through Parliament, I notice a steady stream of laws that we could not have passed were we still in the EU.
Having delivered the tough medicine of the recent Spending Review, the Government needs to focus and expand on this opportunity.
We need a decentralised strategy focused on connecting points of strength, not concentrated in areas of underperformance.
During the Truss era, the role of Metro Mayors in finding locations for low-regulation investment zones could be significant.
The purchase of a new fleet will pave the way for providing an efficient, reliable, and environmentally sustainable transport solution for the collection of refuse.
It means the high skilled, high paid jobs that local people want – with the training and qualifications they need to grab those opportunities.
Securing Freeport status has meant thousands of jobs and hundreds of millions of pounds of inward investment.
The question is why the UK is being so timid. is it Johnson, ministers or the Blob? Let’s consider the options.
Who is enjoying his discomfort? Labour, the LibDems, Macron, Rejoiners, woke academics – everyone, in short, who wants to see Brexit Britain fail.
There should be a growth target to complement the inflation target – to drive government departments to take actions that will promote more UK activity and jobs.
It lets me take county council matters to the heart of Government – to unlock investment opportunities and bring economic benefits to Nottinghamshire.
Also: Ministers give opponents of Troubles amnesty six weeks to propose alternatives and square off to the devocrats over freeports.
But this electoral Titan has an Achilles heel – tax rises which, rather than planning or HS2, are the real threat to future Chesham & Amershams.