We need sectoral centres of excellence that strengthen our economy, create higher wage jobs and help us trade across the globe.
Even if she wanted to, she couldn’t reduce her department’s budget without a change in the law.
Hammond, Green, the Work and Pensions Select Committee – even Clegg. All agree that it needs reviewing at least. And not before time.
Whether or not May wants an early election is beside the point: recent events illustrate why governments shouldn’t be imprisoned in office.
The Government has wisely decided not to put into effect a process that would end with newspapers having to pay costs for failed actions against them.
The first in a series of videos that traces the story of the departing Prime Minister’s years in Downing Street.
The number of Acts passed under both is practically the same.
More power and control must be devolved to Cabinet members if we are to see the improvement in the quality of government that is now plainly necessary.
A reported conversation that throws light on the Prime Minister’s claim that his renegotiation has achieved real EU reform for Britain.
You’re then four or five years ahead of a graduate, already knowledgeable about the role and the business, and you’ve been earning all the while.
The second piece in our mini-series on whether the Chancellor is achieving the rebalancing of the economy he wants.
But it’s their quality that matters more.
He promised, that day, to work hard for the common good and for the national interest.
The Health Select Committee wants to automatically scrap its proposed sugar tax if it doesn’t work. This should be normal legislative practice, but it needs an attitude change.
The Institute for Government’s new guide reminds us that the Conservative-Liberal Democrat partnership helped to improve Britain for the better.