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Posts Tagged: REFORM
The traditions and idiosyncrasies of our legislature are a precious inheritance, and the Prime Minister must preserve them.
Lower energy bills. New homes. More (and better schools). Less low-skilled migration. The tests that May’s social reform must pass.
The new Government can’t realistically aim to target its programme on everyone. To govern is to choose.
These organisations have that strong public service ethos – but also employ the entrepreneurialism and commercial discipline of the private sector.
The fourth in our series of pieces on economic policy after the referendum decision.
Fox’s authentic appeal. Gove’s turbulent genius. Leadsom’s fresh start. Which Brexiteer should face May in the final?
An awesome responsibility will greet the eventual winner. The new Prime Minister must rise to the greatest national challenge since that which confronted Churchill.
Scott Mann: Working class, state-educated, experienced, radical, solid for Brexit – Fox is the leader we need
The case for Fox. He will ensure that promotion is based on merit – not upon which dinner party you attend. And he wants a directly-elected Party Chairman.
The case for Gove. His candidature is the one best placed not only to ensure that Britian quits the EU but that social mobility is boosted.
David Jones: May will deliver Leave – and is the formidable Prime Minister we need at this time of national challenge
The case for May. Which candidate in these momentous times can you imagine dealing best with the likes of Obama, Merkel and Putin – or terror attacks?
Are the taxpayers of Kent best served by financing so many council buildings, senior officers, councillors and portfolio holders – all drawing salaries and allowances?
Plus: The reshuffle – who may be in, who may be out. I am a wet lettuce liberal on prison reform. And: Lightning strikes twice in Camden.
Philippa Stroud: Reforming prisoners, strengthening society. At last, here is a plan to make jail an engine of social justice
Dame Sally Coates’s review, published this week and accepted yesterday by Michael Gove, sets out the right forward.
So you want more social justice and economic efficiency? You won’t get either without radical civil service reform
Here are three proposals for change.
Daniel Thornton: To make its Queen’s Speech work, the Government must handle Parliament better. Here’s how.
Ministers must consult and build alliances before rushing ahead with more ambitious reforms.
For the first time in a decade, there is the potential to have policy which looks beyond the height of prison walls to the people within.