Look at the Coalition agreement:
The Royal Mail agreement – keeping Post Offices as they are, allowing the Royal Mail itself to have private investment – is rather similar to what Vince called for in his chapter (p168). So too is the idea of sunset clauses on regulation.
More recently, following Professor Alison Wolf’s paper for us published in February, you have this (see FT link):
One of the most striking agreements is over the need to break teachers’ national pay scales, a commitment that sets the coalition on course to clash with unions. The document pledges to “reform the existing rigid national pay and conditions rules to give schools greater freedoms to pay good teachers more and deal with poor performance”. While sympathetic to such reform, Tory and Lib Dem politicians have shied away from an explicit commitment to take on union bargaining power. Alison Wolf, professor at King’s College London, said the pledge was a “clear statement of intent” that the unions “will hate”. “The two parties . . . are going to find it easier to move forward than they would have on their own,” she said.
You can hear examples of the union antagonism in a Radio 5 interview a few weeks back.