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Posts Tagged: Andy Burnham (Mayor)
Max Caller, the inspector who brought change to Tower Hamlets, has been sent in to the city. The Government could take control.
A tale of two cities. The Conservative Government has had smooth relations with Liverpool – less so with Manchester.
That part of England where the Tories are most hated has offered the greatest possible cooperation with Boris Johnson.
Our research with low-income voters in some of these areas revealed that many are not expecting miracles. They simply want better local services.
David Skelton: It was working class voters who delivered this majority – and Johnson must not abandon them now
The second of a ConHome series this week on the Prime Minister’s Reset Moment – and what should follow from it.
Rob Stark meets a bloody end in Game of Thrones. But he won every battle he fought first – and the Greater Manchester Mayor is following his example.
The new testing plan that Johnson believes will help him control the virus – and win back the support of Conservative MPs
Downing Street itself has been driving the moonshot, working with scientists, laboratories, companies and deliverers: a new operational system, in short.
The Mayor of Greater Manchester warns that ‘trapping’ the city in Tier Three restrictions will do more harm than good.
The duplicity from the Mayor of Greater Manchester amounts to a dire failure of leadership.
Johnson is being squeezed between dissenting local authorities, an increasingly divided Cabinet – and fundamental problems with test and trace.
Joe Anderson, Liverpool’s Mayor, and other city council leaders in the north have joined together to say that they “do not support further economic lockdowns”.
Grant Shapps: Why I’m in Manchester today to help kick-start better, greener and more modern transport for the North
Our initiative will bring together Ministers, Mayors and council leaders, to thrash out ways of building new infrastructure during the life of this parliament.
These savings were desperately needed to make Darling’s books balance. They were put in Labour’s 2010 manifesto.
“The worst of all worlds would be an unmanaged release that then saw the virus spreading again in parts of the country.”
Bury, the West Midlands, Dudley and perhaps the Durham PCC polls are well worth keeping an eye on.