Building more houses is a necessary but not sufficient means of ensuring rising home ownership for younger people.
Posts Tagged: Conservative Manifesto 2019
The Labour leader found, as did Howard, Cameron and May, that it is very difficult to control Johnson’s animal spirits.
The cat of Tory tax rises has fewer than nine lives. Especially if these breach manifesto pledges and are generationally unfair.
“We are determined to reform the social care system. No proposals have yet been published…I don’t want us to run ahead of ourselves.”
Andrew Griffith: Unpick the triple lock – because it’s unfair for pensioners to gain from the misfortunes of others
Our manifesto couldn’t reasonably be expected to predict the freak consequences of Covid in terms of rapid wage growth.
After three by-elections and before tomorrow’s Covid announcement, here are five big challenges for Johnson
The further the act of leaving the EU recedes, the more 2019’s Tory voters will move on – as two recent by-elections reminded us.
These are areas that have been neglected for many years. The big cities have had rather greater attention for many years.
Or so it really seems – which is a personal coup for Johnson. Churchill walked with destiny. Today, the Prime Minister, in his serio-comic way, is winking at it.
If not for your efforts on the doorstep and the endless nights of telephone canvassing, we would not have defeated Corbyn’s Labour Party a year ago.
Damian Green: Why a forced choice between a Brexity North and a Globalist South would be a false one – and damage our Party
The first of a ConHome series this week on Boris Johnson’s Reset Moment – and what should follow from it.
Anthony Browne: Are we really going to pass a law that would harm many of the world’s poorest people?
Such would be the effect of a well-intentioned but ill thought-out amendment to the Agriculture Bill that will come to the Commons tomorrow.
Johnson and Cummings’ previous assaults on the pre-Brexit order have been brilliantly conceived. This one may not be up to the same standard.
There can be benefits to democracy – and efficiency from reform. But change must come from below – not be imposed from the top.
I believe this is a moment of opportunity, when we should become a nation that champions people who start a business.
A year of Johnson as Prime Minister. As with Thatcher and Blair, his enemies can’t get the measure of him.
We’ve learned nothing at all about his outlook but quite a lot about his capacities during the last tumultuous twelve months.