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Posts Tagged: HS2
If the Business Secretary wants to become the man for enterprise, he needs to challenge his own bureaucrats.
Think twice before giving a Chief Executive approaching retirement an 11 per cent increase on an already high salary.
Andrew Lilico: Infrastructure. Housing. Tariffs. Financial Services. CAP. What Hammond should announce next week.
The second piece in our mini-series on the Autumn Statement, which takes place a week from today.
Chris Grayling: Progress on the HS2 route is a reminder that we are getting on with the hard decisions
Meanwhile, Labour continue to oppose progress at every turn.
I hope that this decision is the first step in a drive to ensure greater connectivity between British cities and the rest of the world.
This country needs more airport capacity than either Heathrow or Gatwick can provide. HS2 puts a new option on the table.
Playing it safe with outdated ways of doing things means we are always one step behind our competitors.
The way British politics and planning mix tends to push infrastructure decisions into the long grass.
The salient point is that it is government intervention that raises the cost of living.
Nic Conner: I’m a Brexiteer. I doubted May. I was wrong. It’s time to admit that our new Prime Minister is now one of us.
Her actions demonstrate that she truly understands the concerns of ordinary people and the reasons why they voted to leave the EU.
May – a Joe Chamberlain in kitten heels? Who will serve in her interventionist Cabinet (and deliver Brexit)?
Hammond, Fox, Javid. How will a generation of politicians raised under Thatcher adapt to the new Prime Minister’s desire for an industrial strategy?
Ryan Bourne: The post-Brexit vote economy. Our new Prime Minister must resist the temptation of Keynesianism and maintain fiscal sanity
The second in our series of pieces on economic policy after the referendum decision.
Scott Mann: Working class, state-educated, experienced, radical, solid for Brexit – Fox is the leader we need
The case for Fox. He will ensure that promotion is based on merit – not upon which dinner party you attend. And he wants a directly-elected Party Chairman.
Iain Dale: How women could soon lead our two main parties – plus Scotland’s leading three, and a Welsh one
Plus: Leadsom comes up on the rails. Why men should never wear red trousers. And: 100 years on from the Battle of the Somme.