The majority of Brits drive to work in a car or a van, but journalists and politicians get the train to work. I think that’s reflected in political discourse.
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Talks on Brexit take second billing as the Labour leader focuses on his party’s campaign issues for the upcoming local election.
At the same time, my research shows some of the hurdles any theoretical new movement will have to cross if it is to survive contact with reality.
We need a powerful Parliamentary spending watchdog, a Budget Committee, to stop hard-earned public cash being wasted.
I’m travelling around the country asking the public what their priorities really are. This review should be the People’s review.
“My job is to make sure that in dealing with an issue like this we use public resources in the most effective way.”
The party’s Vice Chairman for Policy was being pressed on police cuts.
There is a strong case for altering the balance of welfare spending between working people and those retired.
Without them it would be very difficult either for patients to hold the Health Service accountable or commissioners to identify problems and drive improvement.
These archaic machines cause NHS patients to miss appointments, hospitals to lose records, and cost millions of pounds in paper storage each year.
Its muscular power is needed to boost share ownership, build houses and tax wealth rather than income. And let’s rule out a No Deal Brexit.
Setting flimsy evidence and distorted statistics to a depressing soundtrack does nothing for their credibility.
WATCH: “The biggest cash boost in the history of the National Health Service” – the latest Conservative broadcast
“Our long-term plan for the NHS will ensure it is spent well, investing in prevention and better treatments for conditions like cancer and diabetes.”
The Shadow Trade Secretary challenges Labour MPs who abandon the Party’s strategy in exchange for “a little bit of money” for their constituencies.
Our party will not be able to speak for Britain as it really is, and as it will increasingly come to be, unless we make some efforts to reflect this in our membership.