To capitalise on the plummeting stock of Labour and the Conservatives in May we must be willing to work collectively.
Local leaders can make a major difference to the trajectory of their city or locality
This week’s parliamentary Brexit drama is merely the latest phase of a revelatory unravelling of the British constitutional arrangements.
It is only through partnership that Cambridgeshire & Peterborough CA can fully achieve its transformational agenda for the economy of this area.
The traditional model of delivering public services is based on assumptions and processes from the turn of the century.
Of all the factors that went into the Brexit vote, one was most clear: the appeal to ‘take back control’.
With determination and hard work, many good ideas come to fruition. But often they don’t.
In the rolling debate about how best to distribute power in the British state, we should turn our attention to the systemic problems of the centre.
Politics in this country is often seen as a two horse race, or perhaps three. But locally things are different.
Oldham’s vision, like that of many other places, is for people and communities to have the power to be healthy, happy and make good choices.