We know that a price freeze will push up prices and curtail investment. So here are three ways that the Conservatives can tackle the problem of rapidly rising bills.
Interview: Boles – “There is no legal reason why the press should play along with the Royal Charter”
“The Liberal Democrats have shown they do not believe in press freedom. We Conservatives are the party of freedom.”
The solution, in the words of Tim Leunig,CentreForum’s former chief economist, is to turn the Nimby into an Imby.
One of the best ways to improve the cost of living is by improving skills. It means that those looking for work will get better jobs, and better pay.
Some familiar faces on the rise as the last details of the reshuffle are confirmed.
Not only would it be another burden on the taxpayer, it wouldn’t add anything of use to the public debate.
Like the Republicans, whose didn’t find themselves on the brink of defeat either, Iran hasn’t been ‘driven to the negotiating table.’ She has options.
Over the last three years, I have had front line roles in the Treasury and DWP. I learnt a lot – not just about policies but also people and processes.
Let people have they homes they want – not the homes planners think they should want.
When Len McCluskey demanded a clampdown on tax avoidance, he didn’t expect HMRC to look at Unite’s books…
It seems he thinks bashing tax avoiders should be a tax-exempt activity.
There are plenty of ways to solve the problem – what’s needed is the political will.
Transparency in fuel pricing, cutting fuel duty and ensuring fair competition would do much to alleviate the cost of motoring.
The Sunday Times reports that “a senior police officer has blown the whistle on what he claims was a conspiracy by Scotland Yard protection officers”.
When the neo-liberal approach assesses landscape in terms of money, plants or animals, conservatism should emphasise the human.