The authors reply to William Atkinson – who suggested a week ago on this site that it should not.
Gove is ready to localise as much either as he wants to or as his colleagues will let him, or both. I hope it’s work in progress.
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.
The Prime Minister engaged in demeaning exchanges with the Leader of the Opposition, but will be worried by a lack of support on his own side.
The final piece in a ConservativeHome mini-series this week on the railways after Covid.
The best way of thinking about it isn’t to fix one’s gaze on direct subsidies, but to look wider – at our failure to turn British ideas into British prosperity.
Our next live online event features Jake Berry, Dehenna Davison and John Stevenson, leading lights of the Northern Research Group.
We need a dedicated campaign team, treasurers to build a fighting fund, a mechanism for MPs to feed in ideas – and a Northern Party Board.
The Government is committed to both levelling up and continuing the UK’s leadership in tackling climate change. Both must happen together.
Marr puts the argument to the Brexit Secretary that the project’s costs are running out of control.
We need to control long-term immigration but also make it easier for entrepreneurs to visit the UK so that they can invest in and work with British companies.
I hope that we will see more of the Chancellor during the campaign explaining how his plans can help support investment to boost productivity.