August 9, 2017

William Walter

August 9, 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. 
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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.
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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.
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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.
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