Both gave impressive performances.
Posts Tagged: Theresa May
Largely unnoticed, the Government has pushed through some of the most radical reforms to the police service for a generation.
There is no relationship between the part she once played in the shallow, image-obsessed ‘modernisation’ of the Conservative Party and the real change she had worked for as Home Secretary
Imagine a swarm of drones hovering over a protest in Trafalgar Square – swooping down to take photographs, barking out orders, firing missiles
The police service is one area of the public sector where Conservatives have traditionally outdone Labour in the indulgence of failure
A fusion of Burkean philosophy and Disraelian populism would be a potent combination for a 21st century Conservative Party
Back in March, the Deep End featured a post about ‘human trafficking’ entitled Here’s a real challenge for Theresa May:… Read more »
Most of the attention surrounding Theresa May last week had little to do with her responsibilities as Home Secretary. Indeed,… 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 »