If coalition not locked itself into a fixed term, the Tories may well have seen 2014 as a golden opportunity to secure a full mandate from the country.
Posts Tagged: Economy
Besides, does our banking industry really perform badly? Various studies suggest not.
“Friends. Britain deserves better than this. The cost of living. The cost of friends. Britain. There will be a reckoning. Banks…”
“When I look at the British economy, I see [it] expanding…I think Britain can afford a higher minimum wage.”
The Chancellor warns against those who “promise easy answers … just more spending on this, and more spending on that” – might he mean Labour?
The Chancellor’s speech was all about summarising various political messages that he’s broadcast before. He now has more than one eye on the next election.
Our final End of Year Award show that blue-on-red is the new blue-on-blue.
The Prime Minister writes in The Times about the next phase of his long-term economic plan.
Both can embrace true economic modernisation – and show in 2015 that the Tories herald the future, Labour the past.
The shadow business secretary sets out four tests which, he claims, the Government is failing.
And opposite the Chancellor, Ed Balls seemed to be doing an impression of Violet Beauregarde.
Bright red, hollering himself hoarse, the Shadow Chancellor made a spectacle of himself today.
Addressing productivity levels requires long term policies such as those announced by George Osborne in the Autumn Statement.
“Flatlining”? “Too far, too fast”?
The party cannot campaign against changing horse mid-stream if the public is convinced that we are back on dry land.