Some reasons for scepticism about a new War Powers Act

Some reasons for scepticism about a new War Powers Act

Related Content The Labour Party manifesto, published last week, promises that the first year of a Labour government would see the introduction of “a War Powers Act to ensure that no prime minister can bypass Parliament to commit to conventional military action”. ...
Can we force developers to sell homes at a discount?

Can we force developers to sell homes at a discount?

Related Content Photo Credit: Images Money The Conservative and Labour manifestos make significant pledges on housing policy. The focus of the Conservatives is supporting people into home-ownership, while the centrepiece of Labour’s manifesto is the pledge that local...
The feasibility of building 150,000 social homes a year

The feasibility of building 150,000 social homes a year

Related Content The Conservative and Labour manifestos make significant pledges on housing policy. The focus of the Conservatives is supporting people into home-ownership, while the centrepiece of Labour’s manifesto is the pledge that local authorities build many more...
Net Zero needs a democratic mandate

Net Zero needs a democratic mandate

Related Content Net Zero will face a backlash if it doesn’t attain a proper mandate – this election must give it one, argues Benedict McAleenan from Policy Exchange This article was originally published at BusinessGreen.com   Whether its ‘Essex...
Special Briefing on the Worboys Case

Special Briefing on the Worboys Case

Today the new Justice Secretary David Gauke makes a statement to MPs on the Worboys case – his first outing at the Dispatch Box in this post. In particular, he will focus on the Parole Board and support for victims. Should he consider some fundamental changes to the...