We argue that the civil service requires significant reform if it is to rise to the challenges facing our society and maximise the opportunities of Brexit.
Posts Tagged: Public Sector
Patients must always come first, but the best outcomes rely on attracting, training, and retaining the very best staff.
Neil O’Brien: Policies for a new Britain – in which the central point for new Tory MPs is the moors on the edge of Sheffield
Can have a bold enough economic policy that people in these newly gained seats can see the difference in five years’ time?
It presents an exciting agenda spanning everything from hiring more staff to investing in key infrastructure and supporting innovation.
Vital public services face a recruitment crisis because the cost of living deters applicants. Our report shows how the Tories can address this challenge.
The fifth piece in our series this week about what the Tory Manifesto should look like.
We should counter their crude and authoritarian plan proposals with a progressive plan for flexible working which better suits the modern workforce.
Neil O’Brien: Corbynomics – and why it means that your house, business and savings don’t really belong to you
In his eyes, you have them only as long as the Government suffers you to have them, and they can be retrospectively taken away if he sees fit.
On the whole, pay rises should go to those on the frontline, or be used for recruitment and retention, or be based on performance.
Conservatism has long been far to hesitant about both reversing bad policy and cutting quangos. May offers her successor an easy place to start.
He is the only candidate who can further the work of the project to which Esther McVey and I are so committed.
There is a mismatch between Government announcements and Commons realities. It cannot attempt reforms without risking them being amended out of recognition.
The party’s Vice Chairman for Policy was being pressed on police cuts.
There are benefits all round when employers adopt the higher, voluntary rate, and the public sector ought to be setting an example.
Specifically for anti-Brexit politicians, the path to creating such a party lies firmly on what we think of as the Left;