The forgotten victims tend to be the taxpayer and small businesses – most of which can barely get hold of their local councillors, let alone ministers.
The third in a mini-series of articles on ConHome this week about healthcare after Covid.
It’s inconceivable that Plaid Cymru won’t make pressing for an independence referendum the price for its support in a coalition with Labour.
The second in a mini-series of articles on ConHome this week about healthcare after Covid.
The borough, GPs and the NHS knows that the figures are wrong. But without someone to clean the information or update the systems, we will struggle.
An alien visitor, judging only from the texture of daily life, would assume that Britain in early 2021 was a far more repressive state than Russia or China.
The Government needs to engage and address people’s concerns. They will do the right thing with the right information.
Overall, I still think that their re-use in the UK after the summer lull is evidence of the failure of the Government to think on the right margins.
First, it should present future recommendations within a year. Next, on a longer timescale, it should look at what went wrong.
It gives us the best chance of avoiding a third wave, a fourth lockdown and of getting our lives back to normal as quickly as possible.
The truth is that all nations are becoming digital nations, and their digital citizens will require access to digital services.
Such a move could empower service users whilst helping provide the savings the Treasury need to make meaningful reform sustainable.
A broadly defined ban could make it an offence to offer therapy to people with questions about their gender identity.
It’s hard to think that the right future is to be a less research-intensive country than the rest of the world, and so I hope our commitment will endure.
Labour has not yet found a way to beat the Prime Minister, but it does sometimes force him to play safe.