The former fear that it will revive what they believe are business-unfriendly ideas about foreign takeovers and workers on boards.
Posts Tagged: Fiona Hill
That’s the head of the Downing Street Policy Unit, the Chair of May’s Policy Board, the most important Minister you’ve never heard of…and our former columnist.
His great achievement two years ago was to sever the head off the Liberal Democrat snake – and most of the body too. Now he must defang it again.
The Education Secretary is grappling with reform of the national funding formula for schools at a time when spending on them is under pressure.
Alex Morton: Pro-immigration. Anti-Small Business. Pro-EU. And anti-Tory. The irresistible rise of the New Professional Class
The core of their beliefs is that elite expertise is preferred and believed superior to messier concepts such as the market or democracy.
The Lord Chancellor has enraged the judiciary by not speaking up for it in what it saw as an hour of need.
Theresa May’s austere approach to news management is a plus for government – at least, so far. But it’s turning out to be a minus for her ministers.
The recently departed Prime Minister is re-emerging – and working on his memoirs. He will want to project his greatest achievement: public service reform.
This site is prepared to kit out both MPs if necessary. And the Prime Minister’s co-Chief of Staff too.
Bill English, his successor, worked co-operatively with him and Wayne Eagleson. There’s a lesson here for Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill.
He sees the referendum result as a “defining test” for Britain, and is charged with finding solutions to help meet the challenge.
A CSJ report makes 40 practical recommendations to help tackle this scourge in every country in Europe.
The combination of a small majority, radical intent, a flow of power one way to Cabinet Ministers and another to key aides requires adjustment.
But her decision and other recent ones also raise the question of whether Ministers really hold sway in their own departments.
It’s predominately a tight-knit group of former staffers who’ve worked together before. No change there. But it has a more provincial and state school feel.