This first piece of a mini-series on what should be in the manifesto argues that the Conservatives must get serious about living within our means.
It’s no wonder Opposition campaigning on the health service isn’t cutting through when between 87 and 97 per cent of users would recommend it to friends and family.
I will match all donations to The UK Sepsis Trust up to a total of £250,000. Join me in this struggle.
The health service has become the third rail of British politics – touch it and die. We need a dispassionate broker to assess the issues.
The Conservatives aim to be the largest group after May 5th – and then to build coalitions and deliver change.
For some Republican ideologues, Obama’s scheme is anathema to American freedom; others fear the prospect of owning a failed attempt to reform healthcare.
I am determined to see our health service offer the safest, highest quality care anywhere in the world.
Self-employed people earning less than £15,900 a year will still see a reduction in their NICs bill, and also benefit from the increased income tax personal allowance.
If there is one lesson we learnt from the EU referendum last year, it is that people are crying out for more control over their lives.
The second piece in our pre-Budget series on how to eliminate the structural deficit.
After 75 years of the latter’s strategy, most people in Copeland faced a choice of either working for the nuclear industry or being without a job.
Phenomenal progress has been made to halt and begin to reverse its spread. Sustaining our efforts now is vital.
My worry is that we will end up simply substituting EU immigration with non-EU. We need to buy time to train our own workforce up.
To make STPs work, Ministers need to have the courage of their convictions. That starts with the NHS and social care budget, of which STPs should take full control.
Careers in the profession could be closed to people of faith if the General Pharmaceutical Council gets it way.