The Government must rebuild its demoralised electoral coalition, keep the Right broadly united and develop a compelling narrative and a legacy.
It’s no longer enough for corporations to centre their activities and decisions around stakeholder interests.
It boosts local economies and creates jobs, while it also provides tangible evidence of improvement in regions.
In the run up to the White Paper on Levelling Up, our interview with the former Chancellor opens this week’s ConHome series on localism.
Neil Shastri-Hurst’s experience in the army and the NHS would stand him in good stead as MP for North Shropshire.
We need to do more to improve maths and data skills in the country; new funding will help the Government achieve that.
We have the on-the-ground experience to put public money to effective use and ensure it delivers for all.
Here in the West Midlands, our priority now is making sure young people get the jab, and easing pressure on the NHS.
It should build on the success of its Housing First scheme and create a National Housing First Programme.
The more radical his plans are, the more resistance there will be. But one can’t serve up a municipal omelette without breaking eggs.
It could take action to reduce industrial electricity costs, among other important steps.
Local leaders must be given the power to take greater responsibility in achieving net zero.
Regional control over adult education is already helping to deliver significant results in skills.
They are at the heart of my plan to create skills, and opportunities across the region, as well as 35,000 jobs.
While I support the principle of these zones, a poorly executed plan will bring up the cost of living.