Week of Oct 17 – Oct 23

Looking at the news out of London each day.


The Question Eurosceptics Will One Day Have to Answer: Are They in the Right Party?

Iain Dale thinks tomorrow’s EU debate is a distraction. The cruch will come when a Treaty change is proposed.


Unsolved problems of individual electoral registration

Mark Pack looks at the latest developments on changing household to individual electoral registration, including whether it should be a legal requirement to join the electoral register


Health reform: the economics of the madhouse, the care regime of the almshouse

David Cameron will pay dearly if he fails to tackle Britain’s social care crisis.

Revealed: how NHS cuts are really affecting the young, old and infirm

Services slashed affect patients on frontline such as pregnant women and elderly despite assurances they would be protected

George Osborne steals a march on Boris Johnson over downfall of Liam Fox

Chancellor praised for sure touch as he builds up a Court of George in slow burn campaign for Tory leadership

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