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Effective prime ministerial leadership?

Some years ago, I published an article analysing prime ministerial leadership in terms of purpose, skill and circumstance. Prime ministers need certain skills to navigate an increasingly pluralist political environment.  As I wrote, ‘The individual in the office will largely … Continue reading

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Recent highlights

The past three weeks have provided highlights of different sorts.  The week before last it was meetings with the Prime Minister.  I was at a sandwich lunch with him in his office in the House of Commons on Wednesday.  On … Continue reading

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One of those weeks…

It has been one of those weeks.  I have not yet arranged to use Twitter but if I had, and found the odd moment, here’s what some of my tweets would have looked like. Wednesday Up early to catch the … Continue reading

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