And if he goes, what’s the interplay between a new Prime Minister and a Conservative leadership election?
The Government’s protection of leaseholders is welcome. But indiscriminate penalising of property developers is rough justice.
This is the first reported “staff gathering” to have been formally designated a party and at which the Prime Minister seems to have been present.
He has placed an artefact of dangerous power in the hands of a Minister with strong personal motivation to wield it.
The pollster finds the same two future leadership front runners as our survey – but in reverse order.
Private healthcare should be an option for the many, not just the few. The Government should make this option more affordable.
Calling the unjabbed ‘idiots’, as Blair recently did, and coercing them into action is not the way forward.
The final piece in our series this week about leaving the EU – almost a year since the end of transition.
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He said that we cannot vaccinate the population every six months. Ostensibly this sounded like bad news, but his message was, overall, a positive one.
The policy trick is finding a medium between spreading the virus unnecessarily and cooping people up unnecessarily.
When it comes to helping working people, a tax cut to hand would be the cancellation of the Health and Social Care Levy.
We have one of the best testing systems in the world. Our frustrations with it are, conversely, a reflection of its efficiency.
Where is the regulatory overhaul? The families and childcare policy? The Cummings-style strategic plan to turn research success into business success?
We can now conclude that the alphabet soup of official bodies got it wrong. They have not yet proved terribly contrite about it.