William Walter

October 8, 2017

Boris’ Last Stand

Boris Johnson has revealed his true character; one defined by hypocrisy, ineffectiveness and opportunism. He must never become Prime Minister, says William Walter.
August 25, 2017

Guernsey: a vision for healthcare reform?

With the NHS facing the unedifying prospect of its worst A&E waiting times in a long time, and bed-blocking up by 52 per cent in three years, a quiet corner of the British Isles has employed a healthcare funding model that keeps its health service in fighting form, says William Walter. 
May 2, 2017

UKIP’s last orders

Plurality voting, poor succession planning and a failure to diversify its political agenda mean UKIP is cruising toward electoral annihilation on 8 June, says William Walter.
January 10, 2017

Fluff won’t deliver the PM’s legacy

To create a broader domestic legacy, the Prime Minister must avoid straying into gentle, unobjectionable waffle about social justice, says William Walter.
November 28, 2016

Castro and the left’s collective denial

William Walter explores why left-wing extremists escape much of the vitriol and criticism their right-wing counterparts are subjected to.
November 22, 2016

E-cigs saving 407,550 British lives

The UK’s burgeoning e-cigarette industry offers the greatest gift to public health since the discovery of penicillin. We must nurture its growth, not stifle it, says William Walter.
November 10, 2016

The demise of a once favoured think-tank

Once heralded as David Cameron’s ‘favourite think-tank’, Policy Exchange is a shadow of its former self, argues William Walter.
October 4, 2016

Does May have the reformist zeal?

Theresa May’s desire to see a society that works for everyone is a bold ambition that requires an equally bold programme of reform, argues William Walter.
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