A timely report – from Ed Balls, no less – suggests that a lack of graduates is not the reason for our productivity deficit. Rather, our productivity deficit explains the lack of graduate-level jobs.
She explains why she changed her mind on Brexit, confirms she would change the Bank’s mandate, and says she would be happy to find a place for Sunak in her team.
Developer contributions should support upgrades to the sewage infrastructure – and sustainable urban drainage systems should be mandatory.
Relaxing planning policy in designated development areas could overcome problems caused by low land values and thus kick-start private investment.
In the run up to the White Paper on Levelling Up, our interview with the former Chancellor opens this week’s ConHome series on localism.
This biography will be found invaluable by anyone seeking to work out what kind of a person the Labour Leader is.
The final piece in a ConservativeHome mini-series this week on the railways after Covid.
The West of England was a narrow Conservative victory last time. It is likely to be closely fought again.
The sad truth is that many local Labour councils and local bureaucracies don’t want it: they’re scared of it.
There are very, very few shows where you can see life here on your screens, or hear our accents.
The Government got “Brexit done” – and now wants to deliver on its pledge to spread “opportunity across the whole United Kingdom”.
The “Red Wall” communities in my area overwhelmingly backed Johnson in the last election, and it’s essential that the faith they put in him is returned.
Plus: Why are Police and Crime Commissioners asking for more money for keyrings and stress balls?
The Government’s ambition is commendable, however, the scale of the challenge is significant.