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Posts Tagged: REFORM
Osborne simply has no political room to do anything very much. The big decisions will come after the election – whoever is in office.
Michael Gove’s former Special Adviser speaks to the IPPR.
Cameron says that too many politicians have offered “easy answers”. True. So where are the hard ones?
As next May draws nearer, no political party is yet facing up to the scale of challenge of deficit reduction.
The Conservatives must strike the right balance between tackling corporate abuses and bashing big business.
Gove, May, IDS, Grayling, Maude. Unlike the minnows of Labour and UKIP, these are serious people delivering serious change for serious times.
Cameron shouldn’t abandon his campaign on the economy and security.
It is neither paternalistic nor libertarian, but grounded in a “compassionate conservatism” whose roots lie in Adam Smith and Edmund Burke.
Nick Herbert MP: Personal health and education accounts – and a new right to own. Here’s why you should vote Conservative next May.
My book about and vision of what we should do if we win next May.
The cuts will carry on through 2015 and beyond. If services such as the police are to flourish, they must deliver more for less.
Not one but three think thanks refer to “missed opportunities” in their responses to the Budget. But there’s some praise for Osborne, too.
As outlined, it suggests continuity with the Coalition’s approach. But there are tensions sbetween its aims and those of a future Labour finance team.
The ongoing failure of the Eurozone to collapse as widely predicted, is, for some, a bit of a head-scratcher. As… Read more »
Iain Anderson: Five months and five ideas to reshape and bring more purpose and clarity to this Government
Iain Anderson is co-founder of Cicero Group and is an expert in global political risk and economic public policy issues…. Read more »
Benedict Rogers: Cameron’s Burma message must be: “So far so good, but there is much more to be done”.
Benedict Rogers is a human rights activist with Christian Solidarity Worldwide, Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission… Read more »