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    Our analysis of The Queen's Speech 2019

    This was no conventional Queen’s Speech. In fact, it felt more like a pre-election manifesto launch, with a raft of policies designed to win-over large swathes of middle-England. Politically, the Queen’s Speech was carefully crafted to burnish the Conservative Party’s...

    October 14, 2019

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    BoJo found his MoJo, but how long can he GoGo?

    There are few politicians who are greeted with the adulation of a rock-star and who relish being the centre of attention. Boris Johnson is one such political beast. Time after time, he would rock up at party conferences to be...

    October 4, 2019

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    What to Expect at Conservative Party Conference 2019

    In the wake of a Labour Conference which saw Party division over both its leadership and its Brexit policy steal the headlines, it’s now the turn of the Conservative Party to have its say. The plan for this Conference was...

    September 29, 2019

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    A last-minute shot in the arm for an otherwise ailing Labour party

    Sometimes Party Conferences go well. Sometimes they don’t. From Saturday to Monday, Labour’s annual gathering in Brighton looked set to become the archetypal example of the latter, beset as it was, by conflict between Party members, the Leadership and the...

    September 27, 2019

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    UN Climate Summit Takeaway: Corporates Need to Act

    Earlier this week, government officials, businesses and civil society leaders from nearly 200 countries gathered for the 2019 United Nations Climate Summit. But compared to past climate conferences, which may have featured inspirational speakers and commitment to action, Monday’s Summit...

    September 26, 2019

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  • Opinions

    Our analysis of The Queen's Speech 2019

    This was no conventional Queen’s Speech. In fact, it felt more like a pre-election manifesto launch, with a raft of policies designed to win-over large swathes of middle-England. Politically, the Queen’s Speech was carefully crafted to burnish the Conservative Party’s...

    October 14, 2019

  • Opinions

    BoJo found his MoJo, but how long can he GoGo?

    There are few politicians who are greeted with the adulation of a rock-star and who relish being the centre of attention. Boris Johnson is one such political beast. Time after time, he would rock up at party conferences to be...

    October 4, 2019

  • Opinions

    What to Expect at Conservative Party Conference 2019

    In the wake of a Labour Conference which saw Party division over both its leadership and its Brexit policy steal the headlines, it’s now the turn of the Conservative Party to have its say. The plan for this Conference was...

    September 29, 2019

  • Opinions

    A last-minute shot in the arm for an otherwise ailing Labour party

    Sometimes Party Conferences go well. Sometimes they don’t. From Saturday to Monday, Labour’s annual gathering in Brighton looked set to become the archetypal example of the latter, beset as it was, by conflict between Party members, the Leadership and the...

    September 27, 2019

  • Opinions

    UN Climate Summit Takeaway: Corporates Need to Act

    Earlier this week, government officials, businesses and civil society leaders from nearly 200 countries gathered for the 2019 United Nations Climate Summit. But compared to past climate conferences, which may have featured inspirational speakers and commitment to action, Monday’s Summit...

    September 26, 2019

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