RE: [CPF] Members Debate 2021 2 - new submission
RE: [CPF] Members Debate 2021 2 - new submission3
Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
CPF (Conservative Policy Forum)
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Central London DJSKEL County Court
Fri, 13 Jan at 18:45
Thank you for your feedback on the New Ideas Submission of mine. I fully appreciate the points that you have raised. The idea needs a considerable amount of work to get it into shape for a new policy initiative.
Currently, the Party needs to focus on the 5 priority issues carefully selected by our Leader and the Cabinet as outlined in the Prime Ministers New Years address to the nation. I fully see the need for delaying my concept note until after the next general election in two years time or sooner as the Prime Minister decides.
I have put my tentative ideas accordingly to the back-burner and will do as you say with other Party Members in the CPF.
I am glad that our differences in what had led me to form the outfit of Conservative Libertarians is now settled and we can look forward to a good relationship from now onwards. I will support Rt Honourable Rehman Chishti MP in the next general election and withdraw my old demands for him to be deselected for party unity must come first.
The Court of Central London is accordingly advised that Claim E35YM660 has well and truly been settled and that there is no need for the Hearing of 20 January 2023 in relation to the attached Notice of hearing of Application: CenLonCty(NOTICE OF HEARING OF APPLICATION).pdf
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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On Friday, 13 January 2023 at 15:07:16 GMT, CPF <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thank you for your submission. Apologies for the delayed response, owing to staff absence over the past month.
You have set out a theme, but it is not clear that you have actually presented a specific proposal. As it is, any policymaker reading your submission will not know what specific action you wish them to undertake. Whereas, the CPF is intended for the development of specific government policy proposals.
We would encourage you to discuss your ideas with your local CPF group (or other Conservative friends) and resubmit if you and they develop a clearer idea for implementation.
Thank you for being part of the CPF community,
Sent: 03 January 2023 10:46
To: CPF <CPF@conservatives.com>
Subject: [CPF] Members Debate 2021 2 - new submission
Policy Category: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Policy title *: Balance between Nature and Liberty
Statement of Problem *: This is a general theme on how Conservatives could balance the need for conservation of Nature with the Libertarian spirit of freedom, free market and free trade. In the past decade climate change has leapt up the ladder of sustainable environmental management that requires a balance approach to macroeconomics and microeconomics in government. The Policy Forum could assist this process by forming a sub-group among the Conservative and Unionist Party that I would call Conservative Libertarians whose role would be to formulate general ideas that would be greener and work towards a Net Zero Carbon policy by 2050.
Proposal *: To adopt a economic framework that is efficient and sustainable within the limits of the environment.
Objectives & expected long-term impact: To develop macro and micro strategies in the field of Nature and Rural Development as well as Urban infrastructure to make the nation steady as she goes with a safety first principle in policy terms for the environment. The long-term impact of Conservative Libertarianism will work out best when it is the central focus of government and make for a pleasant Nature within the 25 year target.
Supporting evidence or experience of others & potential unintended consequences: These ideas as the central focus of a Conservative government have not been tried elsewhere but the refocusing that would take place would be highly beneficial to economic development in a sustainable long-term basis when the environment and economics go forward in a balanced manner. It would be a win-win approach with no unintended consequences.
Cost and costing rationale: There are no fixed costs to the rationale as a policy: it is just a change in the mind-set of the government that it adopts a economic-environment strategy.
Mechanism for evaluation: The success of the approach to government that balances economics within the natural world will be measurable in terms of the regeneration of rural areas and wild life introduction; use of energy-saving devices, use of renewable materials, and reducing unemployment by getting people to work in Nature with the cooperation of industry. Technologies will be developed in a measurable manner.
Promotion of vision, values and principles: Conservatives stand for liberty, and for preservation: the balanced approach will retain the free-market basis but will make the country self-sufficient that Brexit requires but on more of a greener basis.
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Notice of Hearing of Application
In the County Court at Central London
Claim Number E35YM660
Date: 13 December 2022
DR SHANTANU PANIGRAHI 1st Claimant Ref
MRS THERESA MAY – PRIME MINISTER OF THE UNITED KINGDOM 1st Defendant Ref Z1819776/MMX HO19
The hearing of the claimant’s application dated 23.06.2022 ? (2021?)
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Fri, 13 Jan at 18:46
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