The Conservatives have seized the leadership on devolving power.
Posts Tagged: Cities
The Cities Minister wants to see counties follow cities in gaining more powers.
Migration from London is an opportunity to rebalance the British economy
Back then, hundreds of houses and streets made way for tower blocks. We should be wary of returning to that policy.
Much of it is far from green.
George Osborne MP: How Conservatives are leading a revival in the North – with more jobs, rail, and public health
Our plan for an elected Mayor for Manchester and a Northern Powerhouse is part of a continuing story of progressive civic Conservatism.
It has plenty of supporters among Conservative journalists. But why not among Conservative politicians?
The Conservative Party clearly has a UKIP problem, but it also has an urban problem. Too many Tories seem to recognise one without acknowledging the other.
It’s the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats that have done most of the legwork, leaving Labour with some catching up to do
English cities and counties deserve just as much freedom as Scotland
Politicians who rely on job creation alone as a barometer of success will alienate ordinary people
People are most favourably disposed to a Garden City if incentives are targeted on reducing the cost of living – and if their own property prices are protected.
Why making the rest of Britain more like London might not be a vote winner
The Chancellor’s critics have been proved wrong.
Greg Clark MP: The unflagging commitment of Michael Heseltine to the public good – in this, his ninth decade
Michael criss-crossed the country with me – something a former Deputy Prime Minister might have preferred to skip.