Dear Prime Minister…
Once the dust has settled from the General Election, whoever is Prime Minister will face an important choice: how to organise and run the centre of government.
The centre of government may seem like a wonkish preoccupation, but will be essential to governing effectively, making good election promises, and restoring trust in politics.
In a letter to the next (or indeed re-elected) Prime Minister, Nesta suggests a range of transformative changes to how centre of government works, from the establishment of new super-ministers to the abolition of HM Treasury.
Speakers to include: Geoff Mulgan, chief executive, Nesta; Lord Gus O’Donnell, former Cabinet secretary and head of the Civil Service; Sue Cameron, columnist for The Daily Telegraph