The description is misleading, and will deter young people from entering the sector. Ultimately, it will constrain the labour supply needed to build more houses.
The most important lesson we took away from Bill Bratton’s New York office during the 1990s was all about co-ordination.
At a time of budget cuts, mounting pressure, and waning deference to authority, officers deserve better than headlines like these.
Her attempted policy announcement was PR fluff, based on a failure to understand the practicalities of law and order.
As a former deputy chief constable, I saw this week how they failed to plan properly for the Conservative Conference – and, worse still, change their tactics.
There is a chronic shortage of skilled construction workers.
Tomorrow, the Home Secretary addresses the body that booed and jeered her two years ago. They need to stop the petty politics and choose reform.
An important new report by the Chief Inspector of Constabulary concludes victims have been let down for far too long.