There is not long to go until the next election and much to do, but there are real wins to be found in the legislative programme.
The second part of a mini-series on ConservativeHome this week about how the Government can help Britain’s economy to grow faster.
Kuenssberg suggests he is saying there is “no more money unless there’s agreement on [rail] reforms'”
If we are to grow as a nation and pay for public services we need to encourage entrepreneurs and support businesses – not make life harder for them and kick them in the teeth.
The case for restraint isn’t going to be popular, but we’ll all pay if the Government bows to the ‘summer of discontent’.
The Transport Secretary, an early backer of Johnson for the leadership, has become one of the Government’s most trusted media performers
At PMQs, he demanded the Government meet with the RMT. But what would the current Shadow Cabinet do in such a meeting?
The Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition were today unable even to agree what the questions should be.
If the policy was having its desired effect, you’d expect to see a drop in alcohol-related harms. Instead, you see no such thing.
To waste time now on internal factionalisation would be indefensible to so many party members who worked so hard to secure our majority.
If it takes a minister looking a prat on YouTube for voters to notice helpful policies, then all to the good.
Conservative leadership has meant transport spending in the West Midlands has already increased seven-fold. But there is still more to do.
If the government is providing the money for public services, it needs more control over how that money is spent.
Also: Unionist parties divided as Stormont passes controversial education bill; Baillie says Labour wrong to work with Tories.
The Party Chairman responsible for fund-raising is playing for higher stakes than he may appreciate.