The Government should learn from how Johnson got the trains to run on time when he was Mayor of London.
Inertia and vested interests mean councils are ignoring technological solutions. The result is a terrible physical and financial cost.
The Government should harness the spirit of the Victorians to overcome our underwhelming recent record on infrastructure projects.
If the government is providing the money for public services, it needs more control over how that money is spent.
Of the main tax cut candidates urged on the Chancellor, the best available is a VAT fuel reduction.
Plus: Winchester’s woeful welcome. Test Valley Borough Council in Hampshire has managed to cut its stationery costs by £55,000.
A new culture of inquiry and challenge is essential if government is to be better prepared for what ministers cannot be blamed for failing to anticipate.
The Left was happy to use the ‘working class’ as political pawns in speeches – whilst EU workers were being exploited to drive down wages.
We have piloted a new generation of “acoustic cameras” on Sloane Street that identifies – and deters – drivers of noisy vehicles.
It lets me take county council matters to the heart of Government – to unlock investment opportunities and bring economic benefits to Nottinghamshire.
Why is it that those on the Right who urge higher pay are vilified, while the Left applauds a low pay model for the economy?
His one consistent position over the last five years has been an abject loathing of the car and the motorist.
Our Union Connectivity Review will favour routes that serve this aim – be they the A75, the A55 in north Wales or the air corridors to Northern Ireland.