If politicians stopped pretending to an almost totalitarian infallibility, and encouraged the rest of us to show what we can do, the results would be better.
There is now no overall ‘white privilege’ in health or education or overall ‘BAME disadvantage’. These categories are outdated and unhelpful.
Experienced paramedics are refusing deserved promotions because they don’t want to be part of existing management.
How can we expect a coordinated international response when we can’t even agree how to count deaths?
But many noticed the absence of Patrick Vallance, who has criticised the idea that the working from home policy should change.
To preserve it is to defend the grammar of our common life, and our society and legal order are founded on the truth as we understand it.
The Government is poised to reverse the trend to competition rather than collaboration that has marked healthcare policy for 30 years.
Together with error, it is set to cost the taxpayer an eye-watering sum in the region of £4.6 billion.
His, Williamson’s and Johnson’s intent to rebalance higher and further education reflects their Red Wall-focused vision – but will it happen?
The need for a technologically savvy workforce dominates debates, but what we need just as much is more “high touch” or empathetic jobs.
However, he doesn’t recognise the £10bn figure bosses are reportedly asking for on the NHS’ 72nd anniversary.
In that sense, his speech could easily have been given by a much more fitting figure for the Ditchley Foundation: Tony Blair.
I see my role as being that of an honest broker in a fluid situation. I’m determined not to put information out because I want to be first with the news.
Never underestimate the power of Labour. Its message of helping the underdog and the poor is enduring, still popular and extremely potent.
The Education Endowment Foundation estimates that ten years of progress in closing the attainment gap has been reversed by school closures.