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Posts Tagged: Transparency
Cameron’s former chief strategist has lost patience with crony capitalism. The new Deputy Chairman of the Party is well-placed to help make real his radical vision.
The Government has made great strides toward making the NHS truly accountable to patients, but can and must go further still.
The Government has eased parking restrictions – Labour threaten to put this into reverse.
And it won’t even work in its own terms. What on earth is a Conservative-led Government doing in introducing such half-baked proposals?
With Mr Pickles it strikes me that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts
It is neither paternalistic nor libertarian, but grounded in a “compassionate conservatism” whose roots lie in Adam Smith and Edmund Burke.
We all have the power to scrutinise what happens in our town halls.
Councils are required to provide a lot of data – some of it is of value.
I would rather Boris was in Westminster North, Ilford North and, yes, Enfield North than Newark: we need him.
A PricewaterhouseCoopers team is already on site.
Robert Oxley: Sorry, Mr Benyon, but Freedom of Information is an essential tool to save taxpayers’ money
The GMB may use FoI, but it’s a far stronger tool for those who want lower taxes.
As the TPA celebrates its tenth birthday, Chief Executive Jonathan Isaby looks back on its record so far.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe intends to make armed response units more transparent.
The London Schools Atlas shows us which areas pupils in each school comes from.