Let’s have Policy Board outside of the constraints of the Government machine – and a commission on what Britain should look like post-Brexit.
The upcoming leadership contest offers a chance to present a bolder programme of domestic reforms which develop us as a society, economy and nation.
Rediscovering the strong, municipal politics of the Nineteenth Century is the key to making Britain thrive in the Twenty First.
It can improve our health and care service to patients and users, and empower our elderly patients to take more control of their own lives and condition.
The heart of the heart of Osbornomics is reducing past excess in order to invest in our future.
In April, we will be able to book GP and hospital appointments online, and have access to a summary of our GP record. Imagine a time when you can skype your GP…
The Chancellor’s critics have been proved wrong.
The key battleground for the twenty-first century won’t be an arms race; it will be an education race.
His policies recognise that our science base, innovation, and the potential of technology can help us to flourish.
It furthers my opposition idea of a Voucher for Business Support for SMEs. Next we need a ‘New Deal for New Businesses’.
Both can embrace true economic modernisation – and show in 2015 that the Tories herald the future, Labour the past.