In the wake of Boris Johnson’s resignation, Director Will Tanner writes for iNews on the future of the Conservative Cabinet. He writes:
“It would be much more desirable for Conservative MPs, and better for the effective running of Government, that Johnson alters his plan, resigns as Prime Minister and recommends that the Queen installs his Deputy, Dominic Raab, in Downing Street until the new Leader is selected.
“This would bring a clean break and enable the Conservative Party to choose a serious successor in an orderly fashion, and for the country to maintain a functioning government in the interim, with departed ministers feeling that they could temporarily return to their posts as caretakers until the new Prime Minister’s reshuffle.”
You can read the full piece here.
The Telegraph discusses Onward's Back to Basics report that urged the Government to scrap the current £13 cap on council tax increases to allow local authorities to support further policing.
The Yorkshire Post covered Onward's Back to Basics plan to rebuild local policing across England and Wales.
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