For starters, Khan – London’s Police and Crime Commissioner as well as its Mayor – seems more interested in climate change than crime.
The Government could end up with a series of Burnhams and Khans, constantly trying to undermine it.
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.
Politicians treat motorists as though their transport needs are some sort of indulgence.
The Prime Minister’s refusal to rule out a further lockdown is concerning for society and particularly for my patients.
A study is being used to justify more Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, a scheme that will hit plumbers, electricians and other tradesmen hardest.
“I do”, he says, when Andrew Marr asks him who’s to blame – but he points out that London has had better uptake than other global cities.
Plus: Starmer needs to bring Cooper and Benn into his top team. But will they even want the jobs?
It’s your efforts on the doorstep and phone that will help us to deliver more local Conservatives with a proven track record of delivering good local services.
For the lost Labour seats of the Red Wall, Labour is simply still the party of Britain-bashing and university Marxists.
Even post-Covid transport patterns will not change the need for this infrastructure.
August’s debacle has won this category – although other U-turns are not much further behind.
It is better for the Government to demonstrate the statistical evidence for them (if there is enough) rather than force compliance.
With their huge majority from last year, courage is expected of Ministers. For all our sakes, they must speak out.
“Please, please, please, stop mixing. Stay at home.”