The Government should learn from how Johnson got the trains to run on time when he was Mayor of London.
Our findings and theirs are in the same territory even allowing for six months’ or so difference. There is no decisive view on who any replacement should be.
Whether or not you want to bin Johnson, it’s important that we give his replacement some serious thought.
To waste time now on internal factionalisation would be indefensible to so many party members who worked so hard to secure our majority.
A pattern is beginning to form below the Defence Secretary, with Truss, Zahawi and Trevelyan coming in variously at second, third and fourth.
Javid needs to address public dissatisfaction with GPs without further degrading their professional competence.
The Health and Care Bill threatens to stifle on the ground innovation in the health service.
Meanwhile, Johnson is out of negative ratings for the first time in three months – and in comparative mid-table safety.
We have the chance to become the world-leader in cannabis product research and innovation – if ministers can suspend their natural caution.
The Government gains from her making a Tory case on disparities, which too few of her colleagues are willing to do.
A review of the NHS Quango, Health Education England, which has a £4.3 billion annual budget, would be a good start.
Clear milestones are needed to reassure people that action is being taken now to clear the backlog.
Almost a fifth of respondents protested by either abstaining or writing in for Johnson.
Johnson is still in negative ratings, though less so, and Sunak’s score is at its lowest since he became Chancellor.
If an independent review cannot create the space for radicalism, then NHS England will be unlikely to yield anything better.