Growing our economy
There have been ongoing Extinction Rebellion protests around climate change this week.
On 7 October 2019, we launched a new mental health programme and announced £35 million to support young people’s mental health.
On 10 October 2019, we announced an £88 million investment to boost productivity across the UK.
On 8 October 2019, the Home Secretary announced police recruitment targets for 2020-21.
One of the great opportunities of leaving the EU is that we can take control of our environment and deliver on our commitment to leave it in a better state than we found it.
We are renowned around the world for the opportunities upon which we insist and are continuing to work to close the opportunity gap between women and men.
Our service personnel are working across the world to keep us all safe. Against a backdrop of increasing threats, we must invest and modernise our Armed Forces.
One of the biggest divides in our country is between those who can afford their own home and those who cannot – a long-term problem which all governments have failed to fix.
Decent, reliable transport connections are vital, not just to boost growth and bring our regions together, but to rejuvenate some of the towns that often feel left behind in this country.