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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
A whitepaper on “The Future of Fixed Odds Betting Terminals” published recently by Gaming Intelligence has opened up further debate on the FOBT issue
Dame Anne Begg MP calls for all members of the Government to support the Every Vote Counts campaign, created to ensure people with learning disabilities use their fundamental right to vote.
Ahead of his fracking debate former minister Norman Baker has given a sneak preview of his own contribution.
President of the Local Government Association, Lord Best has said the biggest challenges in politics today could be addressed by the construction industry.
Greg Mulholland MP is Chair of the Parliamentary Save the Pub group & Coordinator of the Fair Deal for Your Local campaign writes about the recent victory on Clause 42 of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill
Business, Innovation and Skills committee member Ann McKechin MP says David Cameron needs a 'strategic vision' to tackle the UK housing crisis
Many universities in England and Wales are facing a “financial crisis” and neither the Coalition nor Labour has developed a solution to the problems, the former Education Secretary has said
Confidence among small and medium-sized business owners’ confidence has hit a record high, according to new data
Local Government People draws together details of this week's local by-election result and changes to councils' political compositions
Learning providers have responded positively to the government response to the recent consultation on traineeships
Labour MP Clive Efford writes about his 'National Health Service (Amended Duties and Powers) Bill' which will be debated on the floor of the House of Commons today
The FOBTs debate was opened up to Scotland this month, as the Campaign for Fairer Gambling held a fringe event at the Scottish National Party conference in Perth
New types of homes are needed to accommodate an ageing population, the government has said
With reforms ground to a halt and the continuation of appalling human rights abuses, David Burrowes MP calls for the UK to join in the chorus of disapproval.
Conservative MP Caroline Nokes writes ahead of her Westminster Hall debate on National planning policy and housing targets.
Writing for ahead of his speech today to the Youth Justice Board convention, Shadow Justice Minister Dan Jarvis says the remit of the Youth Justice Board should be extended to cover offenders up to 20-years-old.
Plymouth Sutton & Devonport MP Oliver Colvile writes following his debate on 'Investment in the armed forces' and protecting the jobs of his constituents.
Three candidates in the Rochester and Strood by-election have responded to questions about their background and what they would bring to the job as MP ahead of Thursday's by-election
Diane Abbott MP calls for urgent state led investment in house building to thwart the growing threat of inequality in London’s housing market.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling reacts to a new study into the impact of betting shops on crime
Up to 1,300 primary schools still do not offer swimming lessons, according to the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA)
Shadow Roads Minister, Richard Burden, says with five people a day dying from road collisions the Coalition’s complacency must end.
With a thousand people a day being diagnosed with cancer, Dr Fran Woodard of Macmillan Cancer Support questions party conference commitments on the NHS.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls and Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves say the Coalition has spent £25bn more than planned on social security since 2010 and argue "only a Labour government" will cut costs in the next Parliament.