TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

Posts Tagged ‘Prime Minister’

  SOUND CHANCELLOR We would not be able to repeat the 2008 rescue of the banks because our debt and deficit is too high. That was the stark, and under reported, comment from Chancellor Phil Hammond in a recent TV interview. It didn’t get much attention because Hammond went on to call for an end [read more…]


    WHO WANTS THE JOB NOW ? Theresa May could remain as Prime Minister for at least two years. Does Boris Johnson, David Davis or most likely someone we’ve never considered really want the job at the moment ? The Brexit talks will be long, tiring and are very unlikely to end well. There [read more…]


  TONY SPEAKS FOR THE CITY. Not for the first time a Tony speaks for Manchester. Ten years ago, it was the late Tony Wilson who could express the character of this kind, gritty city. On Tuesday it was poet Tony Walsh. His composition “This Is The Place” read out to a huge crowd in [read more…]


  AN INFAMOUS CLAUSE. A week after parliament was subject to a horrific terror attack, the Prime Minister is threatening our European partners over security cooperation. What was already a very sad day for us Remainers was made worse by this from the letter triggering Article 50. “In security terms a failure to reach agreement [read more…]


  A BIT OF BOTH. Debate has opened up on the future configuration of the Northern Powerhouse under Theresa May’s government. Should the project be less focused on our cities and cover a wider canvas? Will we play second fiddle to the Midlands Engine? What is the key to providing sustainable jobs in the middle [read more…]