The think tank Policy Exchange has some suggestions for the government’s first 100 days
The next few months will not exactly be Boris Johnson’s first 100 days in office. He has already been in charge for five months and an MP in the ruling party for four years, including two as foreign secretary. But they will be his first 100 days with a majority big enough to let him do more or less whatever he likes.
He started them yesterday with a mini reshuffle. He retained Nicky Morgan as culture secretary, by elevating her to a peerage in his “people’s government”, and appointed Simon Hart secretary of state for Wales. He also announced that a vote on the European Union withdrawal deal would take place on Friday.