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.
Both candidates are sounding more free-thinking and – dare I say – more Conservative than their counterparts of recent years. The more they can make the case for change before 5 September, the better.
If our next prime minister is to put our country on the best track possible, they must be willing to overcome the current government’s timidity and enact supply-side reforms.
A new poll from Migration Watch shows that a majority of the public – and eight in ten Tories – want it reduced.
Our main proposal is the establishment of a new organisation – a Network for Communities – dedicated to helping communities organise themselves.
Our elites are always measuring the present against some mythical golden age, but the facts paint a different picture.
Modularised courses could help to prepare learners for work in growth sectors whilst reversing decline in strategic industries.
A new report sets out clear steps the UK can take, alongside our allies, to reinforce this vital democratic partner.
A new ranking shows that despite mid-table spending, the British people are not getting the healthcare they deserve.
As Bright Blue’s new report outlines, we can use tax as a tool to help reach a wide set of economic, social, and environmental goals.
The usual justifications for state interference in the private sector don’t apply in this unusual sector.
It’s no good investing in new infrastructure if the built environment militates against people using it.
Ministers must not forget that parts of the South East, including some coastal communities, are as in need of attention as anywhere else.
The Treasury must act to ensure these habitats’ unique contribution as carbon sinks is properly recognised.