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Daniel Korski is standing to be the Conservative candidate for London Mayor
Being the Mayor means taking responsibility and constantly making the case for London; that includes leading the way in supporting its vibrant financial centre, writes Daniel Korski
We shouldn't be tearing down statues, but where plinths are empty we should use them to pay tribute to living Londoners changing the city, writes Daniel Korski.
Europe and its funding programs offer a rich opportunity for British science, but they are not our only partners, writes Daniel Korski
When Google restructured to become Alphabet in 2015, it created a larger engine for innovation. Rishi Sunak’s reshuffle to create a Department of Science could do the same for investment into the UK, writes Daniel Korski.
Brexit, immigration, the cost-of-living crisis. All of these are issues which have divided the British public, now we need to find a way to bring people together.
Ignoring the reality of Russia’s war with Ukraine is not possible, doing so won’t lead to peace and lower prices.
If you’re struggling to heat your home, how would you feel if you just missed out on £1,467 because of a computer glitch? In May this year, Rishi Sunak was blocked from raising benefits in line with inflation. The culprit? A 40-year-old IT system unable to process more than one benefit rise a year. Ineffective [...]
THE CLIMATE is changing rapidly. We saw that with the heatwaves that swept the country and the fires raging in Europe. But climate action can’t steamroll over people, or make them poorer as an economic crisis sets in. Well-meaning but unfair policies will, after all, eventually be unwound. No policy is a better example than [...]
As the summer sun makes the UK feel like a Mediterranean resort, we are also about to see the perils of the labour problems that Southern Europe was so often bedeviled by. Trains have ground to a halt, the London Underground has stopped, and buses are stuck in their depots. Millions of pounds will be [...]
Laptop on, coffee mug in hand, smartphone charged. This was many people’s mornings during the pandemic. As Covid-19 ravaged London, we all had to shift from being office-bound commuters to stay-at-home workers. It was then that the digital divide in our city became apparent to everyone. It wasn’t just the divide between the retail and [...]
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