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    The sun is shining on the Lib Dems once again

    In nearly fifteen years of Liberal Democrat conferences, the strange thing about coming to Bournemouth is that the weather seems to always reflect the fortunes of the Party. Recent visits (2015, 2017) have been gloomy and grey, and the politics...

    September 17, 2019

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    How will Boris Johnson advance his domestic agenda beyond Brexit?

    As his cavalcade arrived at Downing Street on 24 July, few could imagine what was really going on in Boris Johnson’s mind. He had meticulously planned his rise to the top from his halcyon days at Eton and his Presidency...

    August 22, 2019

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    Project Z: Understanding Gen Z

    Gen Z, a generation hard to pin down and define. Born between the years 1995-2005, this is a generation that has grown up digital and within a bubble of political and economic uncertainty to now sit at the precipice of...

    August 1, 2019

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    Boris: He campaigned in poetry, but can he govern in prose?

    And so, it’s official. Having triumphed with a thumping victory over his rival Jeremy Hunt, Boris Johnson will tomorrow realise a lifetime’s ambition when he enters through the hallowed door of Number 10 as our nation’s new Prime Minister. The...

    July 23, 2019

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    FHF's Golden Boot Winners: Which Brands Came Out on Top at the 2019 WWC

    That there were enough campaigns of a sufficient quality and profile to evaluate in the wake of this, the most attended, most viewed and most invested in Women’s World Cup to date, speaks volumes of the progress that has been...

    July 19, 2019

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  • Opinions

    The sun is shining on the Lib Dems once again

    In nearly fifteen years of Liberal Democrat conferences, the strange thing about coming to Bournemouth is that the weather seems to always reflect the fortunes of the Party. Recent visits (2015, 2017) have been gloomy and grey, and the politics...

    September 17, 2019

  • Opinions

    How will Boris Johnson advance his domestic agenda beyond Brexit?

    As his cavalcade arrived at Downing Street on 24 July, few could imagine what was really going on in Boris Johnson’s mind. He had meticulously planned his rise to the top from his halcyon days at Eton and his Presidency...

    August 22, 2019

  • Opinions

    Project Z: Understanding Gen Z

    Gen Z, a generation hard to pin down and define. Born between the years 1995-2005, this is a generation that has grown up digital and within a bubble of political and economic uncertainty to now sit at the precipice of...

    August 1, 2019

  • Opinions

    Boris: He campaigned in poetry, but can he govern in prose?

    And so, it’s official. Having triumphed with a thumping victory over his rival Jeremy Hunt, Boris Johnson will tomorrow realise a lifetime’s ambition when he enters through the hallowed door of Number 10 as our nation’s new Prime Minister. The...

    July 23, 2019

  • Opinions

    FHF's Golden Boot Winners: Which Brands Came Out on Top at the 2019 WWC

    That there were enough campaigns of a sufficient quality and profile to evaluate in the wake of this, the most attended, most viewed and most invested in Women’s World Cup to date, speaks volumes of the progress that has been...

    July 19, 2019

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