The Adam Smith Institute’s new report, Ignorantia Legis, shows the Government how it could stem the bloat of process-focused legislation.
And Williamson’s negative rating halves in the wake of his intervention in the Batley Mohammed cartoons row.
The Brexit deal bounce in our final survey of last year has left little room for a vaccine bounce in the first survey of this one.
The third piece in a mini-series on climate change, COP26 and the environment on ConservativeHome this week.
The first piece in a mini-series on climate change, COP26 and the environment on ConservativeHome this week.
This minimalist manoeuvre, carried out in graveyard news time, suggests that a bigger reshuffle has been postponed until the other side of the year.
Plus: Biden won fair and square, Trump’s allegations of fraud have been dismissed by the courts – and one can be a conservative and say so.
Johnson is up to ninth from fifth from bottom, Gove jumps up to near the top quarter, Hancock is clearer from the relegation zone – and Truss stays top.
If no good deal comes and No Deal happens, the option of a return to EU membership is no longer on the table.
Wallace is well up, Gove down, and Patel much the same in the wake of that bullying report – and Johnson and Hancock just outside negative ratings.
Completing the regeneration of Longbridge would be a powerful example of Conservative policy actively “levelling up” the economy.
All in all, it’s much of a muchness – with Douglas Ross down by about 25 points, now that his Party Conference coverage has faded.
If the public conversation about lives and livelihoods doesn’t change, we risk being trapped in semi-lockdown semi-permanently.
Six members of Cabinet, more than 70 speakers, in 18 events, over three days, makes for over 22 hours of top-flight political insight and debate.
The event was held in partnership with the Federation of Small Businesses – and discussed how make small business the centre of a post-Covid UK.