Maude’s work in delivering serious savings has been crucial and radical – Labour can’t be relied on to continue or preserve that legacy.
Posts Tagged: Quangos
Nadhim Zahawi MP: We must not only say we must finish the job – but explain why we want to finish it
To create work for all who want it, and a better life for our children and security for families. We can only do this with business.
He will deliver about a quarter of this year’s spending scaleback. Why not let him co-plan the post-election spending review – and get yet more value for money?
Yet another UN body has launched an attack on the policies of a democratically elected British government.
As Matthew Elliott pointed out yesterday, there’s a long way to go. But there’s a story of progress in key appointments that should be told.
People on the Candidates List have should be encouraged to serve the community by applying for these roles.
I’ve set out our ambition to have the best digital government offering in the G7 by the time of the next election. We are well on the way to meeting that.
The good, the bad and the ugly of the Government’s legislative agenda.
Stephen Kinnock’s progress towards the Commons highlights a role reversal.
The principle of localism should be extended to water management
Ofsted inspectors told to cease their bias for “child centred” teaching
Blair’s political appointments to quangos were 75 per cent Labour. Now we need to depoliticise the whole system.
More quangos and resurrecting regionalisation? Chuka Umunna’s plan to save democracy needs a rethink
And not a word about Unite’s attempt to take over the Labour Party. Some saviour.
More than three years after the election, why is an Ed Balls stooge on the public payroll backing a smacking ban?
The DCLG only funds those who lobby against their policies