Within the party, policies of the free market feel old school – and the language associated with it even more so.
We found over a million people excluded from the Government schemes are struggling to pay for food and everyday essentials.
It’s critical for it to consult with consumers and industry experts before making big decisions.
The battlegrounds of the next election, as well as the wider economy, are being shaped by new technology.
Middle class Corbynistas are more concerned with the rights of Palestinians than they are with working conditions to be found in an Amazon warehouse in Staffordshire.
Free enterprise has huge benefits. But more than that, it is intensely democratic, open and diverse – breaking down monopolies, hierarchies and outdated practices.
If it shares Transport for London’s technophobia it will continue throwing money away on bureaucrats and agency commissions.
It seems that TfL’s own processes are not fit for purpose – Sadiq Khan needs to take action to sort it out.
A cheap, simple service is not a good enough defence when delivered by a company with poor morals and corporate standards.
When other EU countries attempted to block the apps’ arrival, my British interlocutors said: “it could never happen here”.
We need to safeguard local residents and and traditional businesses.
We face the prospect of extinction in our nation’s capital if we do not take steps to arrest a decline that has been underway for some years.