When open markets are being called into question by the Left, the last thing the economy needs is for a Conservative Government to play the interventionist card.
Given Brexit, limited parliamentary time and a hung parliament, one priority is to demonstrate how leaving the EU will create specific opportunities for Britain.
They include both the working class vote being up for grabs…and the Party adapting to the changing nature of modern Britain.
While London is experiencing the greatest demand for housing, the prospect of building in the capital is fraught with political risk.
The second part of a ConHome mini-series on the future of technical education after this general election.
Broadening our options strengthens our hand both in Brussels and in Washington.
They both effectively argued that free market capitalism, left to its own devices, is its own worst enemy.
Evidence suggests Britain is not a nation of nimbys. With the right incentives and a new approach to local engagement, we can build the infrastructure we need.
Rather than announce a traditional privatisation in his Mansion Speech next week, he should create the biggest number of shareholders this country has ever seen.
Globalisation, new technology and an ageing population pose profound strategic challenges to the future governance of Great Britain, and must be tackled now.
The Conservatives must strike the right balance between tackling corporate abuses and bashing big business.
Osborne’s fashion choice of high vis jackets and hard hats reflects a relentless focus on the economy
Was it David Axelrod who called in the Mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio, to speak for Ed? If so, the Tories ought to thank him.
This is a rare chance for David, Ed and Nick to cut through. What might they say?
Will Gove, May, Truss and Javid one day be the political revolutionaries whose pictures adorn the walls of student digs?