Mayor Anderson is to be commended for resisting the tyranny of sameness
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When the Davies Commission reports after the next election, its recommendations must be implemented without delay.
I’ve long hoped that the next Tory manifesto would offer an agenda for ensuring Britain can compete in what Digby Jones has rightly called the ‘Asian century’.
Black ribbons were wrapped around posts in Welwyn to mark “the death of the village” with the proposed introduction of new parking restrictions.
The transport minister was announcing a review into how Scotland can benefit from the high-speed rail line.
18 Conservative MPs rebelled against HS2 in today’s vote.
If the rationale for a plan keeps changing – and figures and calculations with it – voters should smell a rat.
Andrew Bridgen MP: I said Labour would U-turn on HS2. And I was right. We should drop the scheme before it’s too late.
Labour will provide enough time to commit us – and then Balls will spring £50 billion of spending pledges from the saving of cancelling HS2.
He adds that the high-speed rail route is something that could “change the economic geography of this country”.
Each day, four families must face the news that their child has been killed or seriously injured in a car accident. We need bold reform to bring this figure down.
Conservatives can find supporters in the trade union movement – why won’t they listen to them?
Using fines as a hidden source of taxation is unconstitutional – it goes against the Magna Carta and the Bill of Rights. The Government are tackling this abuse.
Is it really necessary or so many of us to rush from one city to another? But let us accept that growth is desirable, and that we need greater capacity
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