An unholy alliance of vested commercial interests on the one hand, and left-leaning commentators on the other, have poisoned the well of the debate on migration.
London gets over half the spending – but has less than five per cent of England’s roads.
Introducing Bright Blue’s seventy-point plan to support Theresa May in her quest to combat the “burning injustices” she outlined on the steps of Downing Street.
Last year a council Chief Executive received an eight per cent rise, taking her salary to £170,000 – whilst most of her staff were stuck with the basic one per cent
May should have cut fuel duty pre-election – and longer term, we will need to switch to taxing congestion.
C1/C2 voters are hugely important in raw numerical terms. They make up 52 per cent of the electorate in England.
Doomsday predictions remain overblown, but the real, specific concerns of business are worth listening to nonetheless.
Aylesbury Vale District Council staff travel on business using pool cars – and the pool cars are Nissan Leafs.
Also: latest Life and Times survey finds no surge in support for separation in Northern Ireland; and Ian Duncan joins the Government amidst controversy.
I strongly believe that the region is poised at one of the most exciting and opportunity-rich junctures of its post-modern history.
A key problem for Farron’s party is that Labour is competitive among young people – many of whom have not forgiven it for tuition fees.
Over the last year, I’ve set out a number of policy ideas designed to appeal to lower middle class voters. Here are some of them.
Rail liberalisation is being extended into the EEA agreement: the Fourth Railway Package is set to increase competition further.
Corbyn’s Michael Foot tribute act gives the Conservatives the potential to secure a landslide by winning over the patriotic working-class vote.
France’s new president may be a more positive force for Britain than people expect. But we need to be ready – deal or no deal.