This fiscal rule would leave governments free to borrow for infrastructure investments – but day-to-day spending would be paid through your and my taxes.
Posts Tagged: Roads
The focus is on the choice of candidate. But the first consideration should be what the message should be and how it can be conveyed.
More capacity would cut accidents, reduce journey times, reduce exhaust pollution and improve lives.
Districts decide on the applications, counties provide the infrastructure. Better collaboration is needed. We build communities; not just properties.
This second piece in our mini-series assessing his performance at DEFRA argues that he has taken a few strong first steps – but that real results are needed.
Traffic jams are already bad enough – this project would make them worse. Road improvements are a better way to boost tourism.
Chris Whitehouse: A small, sleepy backwater? No, with a Conservative council the Isle of Wight is fizzing with enterprise and innovation
Improvements for tourism, the environment and road works … and we’re proposing to go big on beach huts.
In Wandsworth we are working with employers and further education colleges – and providing the infrastructure needed for economic growth.
A highways partnership deal has resulted in fewer potholes, new street lighting – and saved a million pounds a year.
What should Tories tax? 1) Sam Hall: Let’s aim to help poorer people, deter harmful behaviour – and be fiscally responsible
In the first instalment of a three-part mini-series, Bright Blue’s senior research fellow explores how tax reform could rebalance the fiscal burden.
The digital revolution throws up a legion of big policy questions – from the ethics of AI to stopping terrorism online. We can make a start by getting the facts right.
Safety has improved but the financial as well as human cost of crashes remains high. A new online tool shows where work is most needed.
Andrew Wood: Yes, Singapore really is an example we can learn from. But not for the reasons some Tories give.
It is not especially low tax, nor is it unregulated – though it is certainly a more business-friendly environment then the UK. Here is why it works.
Andrew Green: No, EFTA membership would not give us adequate control of immigration. There is a better way.
MigrationWatch has suggested that those EU migrants with skills in short supply should be able to come to the UK for a time-limited period after Brexit.
Given the resistance of Tory MPs to spending cuts and tax rises, Hammond’s easiest course would be to push any into the future. But this wouldn’t be problem-free…