The first writer in our mini-series is concerned that the Conservative education policy is at risk of neglecting the important lessons of the Gove years.
Posts by Andrew Haldenby
Andrew Haldenby is director of Reform.
Andrew Haldenby: Ministers are winning the argument on NHS change – general practice should be next in line
Many GPs are stuck in an operational and technological Stone Age.
Downing Street and Conservative MPs should not abandon this reforming Health Secretary under pressure from the BMA and the unions.
The cuts will carry on through 2015 and beyond. If services such as the police are to flourish, they must deliver more for less.
The pace of public service change is swift – but does it extend as widely as it should?
A new report for Reform by Lord Warner, a Blair health Minister and recent Gove appointee, points a way forward.
The scale of the national debt shows that politicians cannot be trusted to deal responsibly with the public finances.