While UKIP and Reform UK no longer present a credible threat to the Tories, the Lib Dems and Greens are building momentum.
They have the power to change the law if the old laws get in their way. They can command huge resources of people, money and message.
Not even the best reforming Minister I’ve ever seen can smooth out disagreements between the Treasury and Downing Street.
Radical devolution and a new focus on HE and FE are among two things that can help the Government achieve its aims.
With petrol at an all-time high and energy bill rising, among other cost-of-living issues, is it any wonder the public are losing faith?
Decision-makers in London are too far removed from many of the communities they seek to help.
Pride in our countryside can bring people together, and if we love more and understand it better, we will care for it well too.
The Industrial Revolution wrought enormous change, enriching the country and its people. It was a force for global good and thank goodness for it.
It seems everyone agrees that the time is right to finally get rid of this legislation.
Today the Dormant Assets Bill will have its second reading in the House of Commons. It offers imaginative proposals for ministers.
While most people can’t formulate specific policies, their views are useful in conceptualising them in broad terms.
What has just been delivered should not be understated. It is a colossally significant piece of legislation.
We need to do more to improve maths and data skills in the country; new funding will help the Government achieve that.
It contains ideas for the NHS which would genuinely help deprived communities. But the DLUHC should be wary of overstretching itself.