Far from being a johnny-come-lately to the cause of defending the National Health Service, support for it once cost the former Cabinet Minister his job.
Posts Tagged: Lord Heseltine
The challenge to a Party that holds not a single seat in Merseyside.
It’s all very well announcing plans to bulldoze sink estates – but we must properly consider what to replace them with.
And I’m having none of that nonsense about Dry January.
How the Chancellor used Manchester as his starting-point of his Northern Powerhouse plan for urban revival and election success.
Some of our best-known artists lean to the left. But there’s a strong case for the claim that we are the real party of culture.
Business for Britain, Daniel Hannan MEP & Global Britain have produced the new publication.
When it comes to student immigration, the Lib Dem leader prefers Lord Heseltine’s thinking to David Cameron’s.
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.
Councils put their own money into a project and pitch to central Government for more
Plus: The shuffle I want. Brown flops. Why on earth do Conservative Governments pour millions into Liverpool? And: In memory of Andy Wilson.
Plus: Two funerals and me. My life as an Agony Uncle. Why Grayling is wrong about prison books. Sympathy for Mark Menzies. And finally: My mother’s pride.
By JP Floru. Lord Heseltine proposes to shift £49 billion from national to local government to encourage investment and growth. His… Read more »