Posts Tagged “mid-term review”

Nick Clegg’s Letter from the Leader: “It’s not perfect, but then no government is.”

by Stephen Tall on January 13, 2013

It’s been a big week for Nick Clegg: the launch of the Government’s Mid-Term ‘Ronseal deal’ Review and his first ‘Call Clegg’ radio phone-in. His latest letter to supporters focuses on these two issues, but also makes a broader point: that coalition government is starting to become accepted, even by the media; that there’s a [...]

Reviewing the Mid-Term Review. It’s hit and miss. But the biggest miss are the wasted opportunities

by Stephen Tall on January 7, 2013

I’ve had chance only to scan-read today’s Coalition Mid-Term Review (with its rather grudging, adjective-free title, Stuck Together in the national interest), but here are some initial impressions… The economy takes centre-stage… This may seem a statement of the obvious. And yet it’s worth comparing with the May 2010 document, Our programme for government (ahh, [...]



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