Post-pandemic complacency is threatening the competitiveness of the industry; fixing that would not only stimulate growth, but also deliver better outcomes for patients.
This new sector is one of the best opportunities on offer for levelling up our country for all – and delivering a post-Brexit success story.
The second part of a mini-series on ConservativeHome this week about how the Government can help Britain’s economy to grow faster.
Is he fated to be a fire-fighter, a leader grappling with crisis? Or can he find the political space to deliver a more personal message – perhaps to do with education?
At the Parliamentary event I hosted, Ruth March from AstraZeneca explained how precision medicine meant we could eradicate all deaths from cancer in her lifetime.
As a former Brexit Secretary, I know that we can use our Brexit freedoms to achieve incredible things. Changes to EU regulations in our five growth industries will mean that we can deliver the very best for our great country,
Investors in science and technology need to be able to rely on the assurance that we will not fall behind nations such as the US, Israel, Germany and South Korea in our investment to science.
Capital investment, human talent, and innovation activity are extremely mobile and impact positively on productivity, economic growth and public finances.
People need a sense of hope and optimism about their prospects. And one of the best ways for the new Prime Minister to deliver that credibly is indeed to show how they will grow the innovations which will make life better.
Moving away from animal research is both effective and popular – here are eight steps in the right direction the Government should take.
If Sunak and Truss are remotely serious about either improving Britain’s long-term growth rate or competing with China, they must make our country a science superpower.
His Mais lecture revealed more about what he’d be like as Chancellor during the normal times that once again are denied us.
Not even the best reforming Minister I’ve ever seen can smooth out disagreements between the Treasury and Downing Street.
Without it, we won’t be able to have better public services, less debt and lower deficits, or a fairer deal for younger people.
We can still be another Israel or South Korea, if we decide a strategy and stick to it.