Let’s have Policy Board outside of the constraints of the Government machine – and a commission on what Britain should look like post-Brexit.
We need liberal – not closed – local communities where empowered, innovative and tolerant individuals can bring positive change.
Plans to give much more time for rank-and-file speeches may be why Khan and Burnham are having a hard time getting speaking slots.
Brexit will provide new opportunities for the north-east to export across the world.
Instead the Party talks about “consolidation”, but is that just a sign that the reforms have no champion left in Number 10?
Perhaps there are lessons from Andy Street’s victory in the West Midlands.
A look back at 1997 shows how transient landslides can be. City devolution gives Tories the chance to bed themselves in properly in new parts of the political map.
His meat and potatoes family-values message plays well.
Andy Street is the right candidate in the right place at the right time.
Our city lags behind the UK average in unemployment and productivity. The new mayor must use City Hall’s new levers to make it more competitive.
There are great assets – but some communities are being left behind.
She’s only been in power for a few months but there have already been ten notable policy changes.
The former Deputy Prime Minister delivered the Peter Hennessy Lecture at the Queen Mary University of London.
If Theresa May’s Conservatives are easing their instinctive opposition, the Opposition must abandon its starry-eyed enthusiasm for the vast and the impersonal.
Wales has shown Labour failure and a lack of true accountability.