After local elections in England, Keir Starmer faces three major problems. Continue reading Starmer struggles to stop the tide
With the benefit of hindsight and further revelations from SAGE, Hancock will be proven right, and Sunak wrong. Continue reading Will history favour Matt Hancock over Rishi Sunak?
As 2020 ends with despair at Grimsby Town Football Club, one is forced to look back, seeking the moment where it all began to go wrong. In examining the last 12 months, a common story emerges, intertwined in football, politics, and life. One of a loss of control. Continue reading Control will return, and give us little space to hide.
Periodic restrictions are likely. But what is the UK’s way out? Continue reading Periodic Restrictions are likely, but what is the UK’s way out?
The ‘rule of six’ reveals two changes: one concerning the Prime Minister, the other about the public, and its attitude towards the virus. Continue reading The rule of six that reveals a changing Public and a changing Prime Minister.
What was integral to Germany’s successful response to Covid-19 and the careful balance between federalised and centralised health. Continue reading UK needs more than new health body
Whilst in Whitehall there needs to be a series look at what has changed since they forecasted a more amicable China, for Boris Johnson this is yet again another attempt to distance himself from past Conservative Governments. Continue reading Huawei u-turn reveals a new consensus in Westminster
Starmer needs to find ways to bridge the divide between the Corbynites and the Labour voters of old who turned against the party in December. This sacking reflects a Leader who is unsure of how to do that yet. Continue reading Kier is different. But this doesn’t mean he has a plan.