Labour doesn’t own the North – it never did – and Conservatives can win here.
Posts Tagged: Regionalism
Nobody identifies himself as a “south westerner”
Our nation is the same as it was last week, but it feels very different. Must we dash to rewrite the constitution before Christmas?
I did not put pen to paper before last night’s result. But I now need to express my concern.
Away from the playgrounds of the prosperous, “tattoo-parlour Britain” is very much today’s Britain
They promised to address the West Lothian Question. Now they’re just ignoring it. If they carry on, UKIP and Labour will capitalise.
London has morphed into an economic giant, creating a black hole, sucking in the best talent from the rest of the UK.
The hanging-together of the Tories has become an obstacle to creating a new patriotic consciousness
Peter Franklin: How has the Coalition performed on the environment and local government? Four marks out of ten
As the Coalition’s fourth birthday approaches, we begin a series examining its record to date.
We must give other cities north of the capital more of a chance.
Is the capital driving the national economy or sucking life out of other parts of the country?
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.
Very pleasing Written Statement from the Communities and Local Government Minister Baroness Hanham It revokes the Regional Strategies for the… Read more »
Lots of bad Government policy is due to the requirements of our membership of the European Union. Politically there is… Read more »
I am pleased to see the Government are taking a further step in abolishing unelected regional government in England, with… Read more »