Greater: Britain After the Storm
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After a turbulent few years, this is exactly the optimistic, patriotic and ambitious book that our country needs. Though we are apparently “living longer, healthier, happier, wealthier lives than ever before”, the median Brit, like the nation at large, lacks self-esteem.
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There is talk of social mobility as a driver of equality but grammar schools, which achieved that in the 20 th century, are absent. In the book, she sets out her arguments for political reform due to what she claims is a dent in public trust after a wave of political scandals. No part of the plan feels like it was inspired by listening to the electorate, or trying to work out what they want.We emerge into a new world at the beginning of a new decade with a new relationship with the European Union. Following the resignation of Truss during the October 2022 government crisis, Mordaunt declared she would seek nomination in the ensuing Conservative Party leadership election.
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Government must do more, but due to its inefficiency, many of its tasks can be devolved to private charities. It further argues that trust, freedom, democracy and capitalism go hand in hand and that one can't exist without the other. This is why her economic plan is rooted in the four Is of investment, infrastructure, incentives and innovation along with development corporations and more power to mayors.
A caretaker government is one in which an acting prime minister is in charge following a resignation.
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Each day we read of sad stories – including in these pages of the rape victim now having to sue the centre in Brighton, and the case of severely disabled girls having to accept ‘cross-gender’ personal intimate care in the name of inclusivity. Whitehall is telling ministers that this is a ‘caretaker’ government and so, by convention, cannot take decisions.She also said that Oxfam did "absolutely the wrong thing" by not reporting the detail of the allegations to the Government.