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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
This week the Liberal Democrats were beaten in a council by-election in Nottingham by the Bus Pass Elvis Party. It doesn’t seem to have stopped the Party’s self-congratulatory mood as they gather in York for their Spring Conference for a little more conversation.
With the report stage of the Care Bill coming up on Monday, Age UK explains why the Government must ensure adequate funding is provided for its social care reforms, or risk them failing
Local Government People draws together details of this week's local by-election results and changes to councils' political compositions
Echoing calls in a joint UNICEF letter to the Government earlier this week, Tanni Grey-Thompson urges world leaders to protect children in conflict from the horrors of sexual violence
The Chancellor should consider measures to improve take-up of the Green Deal, argues the Construction Products Association
Dr Louay Safi writes about the future for the Syrian Coalition, three years after the first protesters against Assad took to the streets.
The UK must do everything it can to ensure that Syria’s continuing nightmare comes to an end, says former Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt
Coca-Cola Enterprises has announced investment in new production facilities and plant improvements in Britain equivalent to £1m per week in 2014
Speaking at the launch of a new report on renewable energy yesterday, both the Energy and Climate Change Minister and Shadow Minister appealed for consensus on long-term strategy
With YMCA England today publishing three reports on vulnerable young people’s perspectives on the welfare system, CEO Denise Hatton explains the serious risk of new reforms failing to address current issues
Responding to an Ethos Journal article on how to change recycling habits, the Sustainable Resource APPG Co-Chairman Alan Whitehead MP argues that incentive schemes to encourage recycling do not go far enough
Increased spending shows a continued 'upward momentum' in consumer confidence, according to new data from Visa Europe
Children, mobile phones and ‘attractive pedestrians or passengers’ are among the causes of car accidents where the driver is distracted, according to new research.
In a report being launched in Parliament today on the economic potential of renewables, the DECC Committee Chairman Tim Yeo sets out the context of the renewable energy debate in the UK
MS nurse provision in the UK will be discussed in the House of Lords later – it represents an important opportunity to quiz the Government about what it is doing to ensure every person with MS has access to an MS nurse, wherever they live
Funding and resources are crucial if practical solutions to help adults with autism are to be introduced, says Conservative MP Cheryl Gillan
If we educate people about how their legislature functions we will increase their faith in it, argues Professor Philip Cowley
The UK’s paper industries are under threat because of increasing energy costs, the Chancellor has been warned
Young seafarers are to take part in a new, improved apprentice scheme, it has been announced
The Shadow Business Secretary outlines Labour's plan to ensure the economy can be competitive in the future.
With his debate on the subject of NHS patient data sharing this morning, Labour's Roger Godsiff asks the Government to listen to doctors and patient concerns, instead of shouting over them
Conservative MP for Salisbury John Glen has tabled a Westminster Hall debate on the future of the A303. After £43 million spent on feasibility studies he says it is now time for action
With National Apprenticeships Week beginning today, Shadow Skills Minister Liam Byrne sets out how Labour would support apprenticeships, and reverse their current reduction
While apprenticeships are more normally associated with manufacturing, the Chartered Insurance Institute's Dr Sandy Scott explains their benefits to the insurance industry