Plus: a tough week for Howlett. Sleepless nights for Feldman and Shapps. And: The absurd Harris-Quinney resurfaces.
Posts Tagged: Bow Group
Geoffrey Howe is dead. The man who helped to bring Thatcher down, but who helped to make Thatcherism possible
The fervent believer in the European project was also an early advocate of market economics. We send our commiserations to his widow and family.
Plus: Tracey Crouch slam dunks John Humphrys. Another failure for the Bow Group’s blunderkind. And: If Corbyn doesn’t win, what job will he get?
Plus: Ivan Massow – a joke. Greenhalgh and Boff – no charisma. Tulip Siddiq and Stephen Kinnock – impressive. And: Ben Harris-Quinney (for it is he)
Plus: Scotland is a problem of Labour’s own making. Dan Jarvis’s time has come. Prepare for a UKIP leadership bloodbath. And good riddance to Vince Cable!
Plus: Charlie Hebdo and 7/7. Mildenhall’s closure: a garden city opportunity? More bad news for the Bow Group. And: I ditch the Telegraph for the Times.
Plus: The irresistible Andrew Kennedy. Labour’s Rochester & Strood failure. Where’s a) Mo Ansar? b) Helen Grant c) The Bow Group? In praise of Andrew Neil. And: Lots of bad language
With: David Mundell’s non-flag. £4.50 for an egg mayonnaise roll. Justice for Rob Wilson. Swearing from Lord Ashcroft. And: How will we all survive without the Bow Group?
One hundred days after the kidnapping of 250 girls, a new report urges drastic action to defeat the terrorist group.
Luke Springthorpe: Osborne is pushing against the financial regulator? Good – he needs to keep it up
By telling individuals what they can and can’t invest in, the Financial Conduct Authority is straying beyond its bounds. It needs restraining.
Dr James D Boys: National Security – The Government has made a good start, but there’s a lot more to do
Dr Boys is a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at King’s College London and a Transatlantic Research Fellow at the Bow… Read more »
Benjamin Harris-Quinney: Almost 50% of black students believe that their pathway to government is blocked by discrimination
Benjamin Harris-Quinney is the Chairman of the The Bow Group The Bow Group produced its first research paper in 1952,… Read more »
Richard Mabey: The wider debate about bankers’ bonuses is about income inequality – and we can win it
Richard Mabey is Research Secretary of the Bow Group. Sometimes governments get so bogged down in the minutiae of policy… Read more »
Richard Mabey: The Government should look again at the 2009 HS2 plans to build a cross-party consensus for a better route
Richard Mabey is Research Secretary of the Bow Group, which today publishes its latest Target Paper, ‘Winning the consensus on… Read more »
Tom Kelley is an academic foundation doctor and a member of the Bow Group Health & Education Policy Committee. Stuart… Read more »