The Conservative Policy Forum should set up permanent subject groups in areas of policy which matter to our members.
Posts Tagged: Policy Groups
The chairs of the 1922 Policy Boards are joined by a range of MPs and peers, all of whom will aid Skidmore’s work.
Five task forces cover energising our economy, transforming our public services, building a fairer society, sustaining our democracy and shaping a Global Britain.
Ian Taylor’s policy group on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics will release its findings today. Click here for the pdf… Read more »
Zac Goldsmith has just emailed me a Q&A that attempts to rebut the "amazingly misleading" press coverage of recent days…. Read more »
Highlights from today’s Telegraph article: "The most credible science now tells us that human behaviour, through activities such as the… Read more »
The above quotation from the Gummer-Goldsmith Quality of Life report (read it here) was shown to viewers of Newsnight. I… Read more »
Advance copy of the report: ConservativeHome has a copy of the Quality of Life report due to be launched tomorrow… Read more »
Interviewed earlier by Telegraph readers, David Cameron has appeared to rule out charges for supermarket parking. He said: "I understand… Read more »
This morning’s newspapers have a number of reports on ‘Tory plans’ to tax supermarket shopping. The plans are, in fact,… Read more »
Oliver Letwin’s sixth policy group will report later this week and it’s an interesting question as to what David Cameron’s… Read more »
Leaks of the contents of John Gummer and Zac Goldsmith’s policy group report signal that the three most controversial issues… Read more »
The Conservative Public Services Improvement Group led by Stephen Dorrell MP and Baroness Pauline Perry published its report this morning… Read more »
In tomorrow’s Sunday Telegraph (not yet online) David Cameron will say that underperforming Year 6 children could be forced to… Read more »
The Daily Mail is reporting that the Conservative Party’s Quality of Life group under the chairmanship of John Gummer and… Read more »