Coalition Government Mind Map
Two and a half years have now passed since David Cameron and Nick Clegg set out a coalition agreement in the Downing Street Rose Garden, promising to “govern in the national interest”. As it reaches the half-way point of its five year term, the Coalition Government is set to undertake a midterm review during the summer in order to revitalise the partnership ahead of the 2015 General Election.
The Coalition has certainly been through its fair share of growing pains since those early days in May 2010: a stagnating economy, bitter rows over constitutional reform, public negotiations in the lead up to the 2012 Budget, tensions surrounding NHS reforms, a clutch of Cabinet resignations, and twitchy backbenchers have all taken their toll. But what does the future hold? Has the Coalition run out of steam or will the second half of this Parliament be as intense as the first?
In order to help you navigate the Government’s future priorities and the issues that it will face, Insight Public Affairs has mapped out the headline policy drivers spanning: the economy; public service reform; localism; welfare reform; and, the international agenda. In the Insight Public Affairs “mind map”, we provide a comprehensive assessment of the legislative, political and regulatory challenges that the Coalition must address going forwards.
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