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peter-dowd

Mar 12 2017

Where next for the UK economy?

      Peter Dowd, Shadow Financial Secretary and Labour MP for Bootle Even in an economic landscape recognised as being undulatingly serene, it would, nonetheless, be difficult to predict what may lay in wait over the brow. In the current tumultuous climate, it is only the brave, the arrogant or the pathologically optimistic or […]

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susan-kramer

Mar 12 2017

Where next for the UK economy?

    Baroness Susan Kramer, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for the Economy in the House of Lords and a Liberal Democrat Peer “Where next for the UK economy” has to start with the impact of Brexit. The decision to leave the European Union, and how the Government manages it, will frame the UK economy for the […]

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jeremy-lefroy

Mar 12 2017

The enduring menace of malaria

    Jeremy Lefroy, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases and Conservative MP for Stafford Deaths from malaria have come down by 62 per cent over the term of the Millennium Development Goals (2000-2015), and 29 per cent between 2010 and 2015. Incidence of malaria has declined by 41 per cent and 21 […]

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alan-mak

Mar 12 2017

Pro-innovation policies can fuel a new industrial age for the UK

    Alan Mak, Conservative MP for Havant This January, world leaders gathered in Davos to hear about how radical scientific breakthroughs will impact every aspect of our lives. Those new disruptive technologies, dubbed the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), are characterised by their combination of artificial intelligence, hyper-connectivity and mass-automation.  That covers everything from driverless […]

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