The EU seems to think that there’s a price to be paid for Brexit – and that is the detachment of Northern Ireland from the UK.
Politicians and civil servants need to relearn that the route to lower taxes lies in sustained economic growth and discipline on public expenditure.
For some consumers, the Government may be repeating Labour’s mistakes – when it pushed for everyone to buy diesels.
We should base it on an index of cumulative change in wages.
Sunak & Co show no sign of setting their sights on getting it down.
Last year, ConservativeHome was delighted to have her on our panel about the Red Wall and social care. Here’s some of what she said.
The role of strong local leadership here cannot be underestimated in galvanizing place prosperity.
During the last year, we’ve learned much about the Government – but far more about ourselves.
Plus: The Government will soon have to set out the tough decisions on public spending to constituents.
In one of an occasional series we are running in advance of the Budget, some radical suggestions for kickstarting the British economy.
Plus: Sturgeon is ridiculous to criticise the PM’s trip to Scotland. And: Now’s not the time for a Coronavirus inquiry.
As nearly 70 of the party’s MPs successfully campaigned to remove 30 criminals from a flight, their leader has gone quiet. Again.
“There’s got to be a time to heal before you go into any divisive, conflicting referendum.”
While it’s important to focus on the ‘R’ rate in tackling covid, we must also balance health concerns against two other Rs – recovery versus recession.
As the tenth anniversary of the 2010 election approaches, the author says that Labour’s own austerity record and plans were almost as tough as the Coalition’s.