AN ECONOMY FOR ALL

  Peter Dowd, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury and Labour MP for Bootle, talks with Marcus Papadopoulos about Labour’s plan for the UK economy The decision of the British public to leave the European Union is the most significant political event in British history since the Second World War. Indeed, supporters and opponents of […]

Energy Prices: A Fair Deal For The Taxpayer?

Energy Prices: A Fair Deal For The Taxpayer?

    Margot James, Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Corporate Responsibility and Conservative MP for Stourbridge This Government is firmly focused on getting the best deal for energy consumers and ensuring that consumer markets work for everyone. As the Prime Minister has set out, our Plan for Britain is to build a stronger, fairer […]

Cyber Britain in a post-Brexit world

Cyber Britain in a post-Brexit world

    Dr Andrew Murrison, a member of the Joint Select Committee on the National Security Strategy and Conservative MP for South West Wiltshire There will be moments in the months ahead when our European Union interlocutors cut up rough. Therefore, it is time for everyone to remember that the UK has always been a […]

A prudent approach to Russia should be the order of the day at the Foreign Office

A prudent approach to Russia should be the order of the day at the Foreign Office

    Daniel Kawczynski, a member of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee and Conservative MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham As the first Polish-born British Member of Parliament, I have always taken a keen interest in Britain’s relations with its allies in Central and Eastern Europe.  And if the last century has taught us anything, it […]

The pressing need for prison reform

The pressing need for prison reform

    Bob Neill, Chair of the Justice Select Committee and Conservative MP for Bromley and Chislehurst Over the past year, we have witnessed a consensus begin to form that the ongoing, endemic and genuine crisis across our prison estate must be addressed. A breaking point has been reached, and root and branch transformative change […]

Where next for the UK economy?

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 […]

Where next for the UK economy?

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 […]

The enduring menace of malaria

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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