Big initiatives are easier to announce than they are to see through and properly scrutinise. The health service’s leaders are accomplished at getting their way.
Selmayr and Weyand have got much of their way so far. And there’s every chance they will continue to dominate the process.
New polling also reveals that neither is so far ahead as to be unstoppable, however.
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee has today issued a report which casts light on the question.
The costs could be offset by encouraging a tenth of students away from low-value university and towards higher-value technical education.
That’s to say, those of 1950, 1961, 1967 and 1971. Sovereignty was always the key concern, despite arguments over its meaning.
Applying it to second properties would see more stimulation in the market and see a quick and notable rise in established properties selling.
Others would say that the appointment of a profoundly business-friendly Home Secretary was bound to lead to a weakening of immigration policy.
Crucial investment in local rail infrastructure isn’t an alternative to the new line, it depends on it.
Ironically, a major reason the UK joined the EEC – a club of former colonial powers – was the hope of preserving imperial clout.
Too many lives are marred by the unrestrained destructive behaviour of a minority. The poorest and most vulnerable suffer the most.
It is essential that voters do not come to believe that those politicians who support a free economy have become obsessed by leaving the EU.
Here in America, those I meet are surprised by Britain’s reluctance to let go of the apron strings that seem to tie us to the EU.
It’s time for the Government to dust down Plan A Plus and A Better Deal – rather than its own scheme, which is going nowhere.
We need to understand not only why some foreign states are taking an unhealthy interest in our information, but also what we should do about it.