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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
Bookmakers have dismissed claims that they have inadequate controls for preventing underage gambling, pointing out that ABB members have hit 100% in recent AV testing
John Woodcock exposed the truth as a researcher in 2005, but insists people should not break the law for political gain
Tesco’s customers will earn extra Clubcard points by recycling at home, in a new online campaign with Coca-Cola
Former Justice Minister Lord McNally writes about hosting the New Zealand Invictus Games team on a visit to parliament last week
The governing body for UK dentists has hit back at claims that some of its disciplinary procedures are flawed
Following publication of Liam Byrne’s Robbins Rebooted pamphlet, Sarah Robinson describes the unique contribution that Further Education Colleges can make to the future of our Higher Education system.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling reacts to the news that four High Street bookmakers are forming 'the Senet Group' to oversee the betting sector
Writing for Ethos Journal Andrew Haldenby nominates three people – Theresa May MP, Steve McGuirk and Ali Parsa – who have shaped public life in the fields of police reform, fire prevention and healthcare
Bethnal Green and Bow MP Rushanara Ali writes about her recent debate on remittance giving and money transfer organisations
Local Government People draws together details of this week's local by-election result and changes to councils' political compositions
Writing exclusively for PoliticsHome, the EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, and Inclusion explains Europe’s plans for youth unemployment and why British workers benefit from our membership of the EU
The Shadow Minister with responsibility for the maritime sector writes about the implications of Scottish independence for the maritime sector
Conservative MP Henry Smith writes on behalf of a coalition of charities and other stakeholders (#ReadonGeton) which seeks improve literacy standards in UK primary schools
South Basildon & East Thurrock Stephen Metcalfe writes about his Westminster Hall debate this week on 'Improving school leadership'
The West Cumbrian nuclear industry was the focus of discussion at the Nuclear Energy All Party Group meeting last week, where Copeland MP Jamie Reed hosted stakeholders.
Lord Ashdown calls on MPs to back Michael Moore's International Development Bill in parliament on Friday. British aid saves a child's life every two minutes and the UK needs to keep that promise to those vulnerable children
The Earl of Sandwich was a member of a parliamentary delegation which visited Georgia in July. He writes that Georgia is looking towards the EU for economic and political support
For many organisations in the NHS, improving patient care comes second to making efficiency savings, a new report published by Dods today (10 September 2014) has found
Ahead of the National Federation of Builders’ events at the party conferences, chief executive Richard Beresford tells Central Lobby that the next government must stay the course on house building
The political parties could win votes by showing the public how they will keep the promises they make at election time, according to new research
A new report out today from Cambridge Econometrics in collaboration with Professor Paul Ekins of University College London shows that meeting the first four carbon budgets recommended by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) makes clear economic sense for the UK
Ahead of its events at the party conferences, Policy Director Adam Thilthorpe explains how the BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT is leading the IT profession from best practice to next practice
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed has set out plans for the next Government to unlock the potential of the growing number of people choosing to become their own boss
Labour’s shadow Minister for Industry and the Conservative chair of the built environment APPG have both responded to a report setting out the state of the construction industry today