It lets me take county council matters to the heart of Government – to unlock investment opportunities and bring economic benefits to Nottinghamshire.
Why is it that those on the Right who urge higher pay are vilified, while the Left applauds a low pay model for the economy?
His one consistent position over the last five years has been an abject loathing of the car and the motorist.
Ministers may be right in assuming that nothing like the full complement of those entitled to settle do so. But what if they’re wrong?
Our Union Connectivity Review will favour routes that serve this aim – be they the A75, the A55 in north Wales or the air corridors to Northern Ireland.
It will probe whether or or not Sunak can prepare the country for that future – and perhaps succeed Johnson himself, “one fine day”.
For many in my community – particularly those on tight budgets, pensioners, and people trying to manage their way out of debt – cash is what they live by.
This decision reiterates the political importance of the UK’s cities to our party – and we must aim for a blue-led council in 2022.
Too many have non-existent brakes and inadequate lights. We need courses in public parks to ensure roadworthiness and proficiency.
As a general set of principles for the UK global aims, we would do well to turn for inspiration and leadership to Churchill and Roosevelt’s Atlantic Charter.
Three million of them are unlikely to pitch up here, but government must plan for all eventualities – and support for its plan wouldn’t survive a mass influx.
This ambitious business case is based on our experiences not only of recovering from the last downturn, but on the successes of the last three years.
This is 25 times the number of skilled work permits issued each year to non-EU citizens and their dependants.
“It will cover all the way from Penrith to Scotch Corner…I had hoped to get a bit of time to talk about things I’m an expert in.”
How prepared are we for strict social distancing for the forseeable future, compulsory masks, closed leisure facilities – and a semi-functioning economy?