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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
Commenting on Unicef's newly released violence against children report, Louise Mensch calls for a collective effort to stop the pandemic abuse at home and abroad.
Conservative MP Cheryl Gillan MP states it is the Government’s moral duty to compensate those injuriously affected by H2S.
Ahead of his debate in Parliament on domestic energy efficiency, Graham Jones MP states that the ECO-cutting policy “is a huge step backwards”.
Shadow Justice Minister Andy Slaughter describes the Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill as the "last gasp of a Government that has run out of things to say"
A report by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants has found the Government’s social mobility strategy lacking
Local Government People draws together details of this week's local by-election result and changes to councils' political compositions.
Andrew RT Davies AM, Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, launched an opinion survey of the Welsh NHS to find it described as "facing an imminent meltdown".
Ahead of the Second Reading of his EU Referendum Bill in the Commons today, Tory MP Bob Neill says only the Conservatives can be trusted to deliver a vote on EU membership.
The effects of wind farms on airport navigation systems will be mitigated by a new single radar systems, according to trials.
The government must introduce new measures to make air travel more environmentally friendly, say MPs.
William Hill argues that the current debate around gambling ignores the complex nature of betting communities.
Derek Webb of the Campaign for Fairer Gambling responds to comments by Philip Davies MP
Ahead of his oral question to the House of Lords this morning, Lord Naseby calls for the international community to 'take action' on costly piracy attacks.
In response to the release of the Lyons Housing Review, the National Federation of Builders reminds policy makers that access to financing is the key to long-term growth for the house building industry
In response to Lord Naseby’s article “Piracy must be addressed,” UK Chamber of Shipping asserts West African countries will remain poor until piracy is tackled.
The Association of British Bookmakers describes how new national guidelines for betting shop safety has resulted in a significant reduction of violent crime
Ahead of Nicky Morgan's appearance before the Education Select Committee this morning, Labour's Tristram Hunt sets out ten questions the Education Secretary must answer on extremism in schools.
David Byrne, Principal of Barnet and Southgate College, explains how the perverse incentives in educational accountability causes schools to prioritise teachers’ grades over their students’ education.
Responding to Helen Goodman MP's article on data protection, BCS-The Chartered Institute for IT, calls for the UK Government to set out a compelling vision that technology companies can respond to.
Shadow Media Minister Helen Goodman, argues that “we can have our head in the Cloud, but must keep our eyes on data protection”
With the 2015 General Election looming and the uncertainty of what will become of the highly contentious Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs), William Hill, has said the debate in Parliament is “is relatively fact free, but big on anecdote and righteous indignation.”
Chief Executive of Independent Age, Janet Morrison, calls for the UK to confront the devastating loneliness and isolation among older people.
With the final party conference season before the General Election now over and as Parliament returns, Which? has today published 'A government for all consumers', setting out the policies we want the next government to introduce to hand more power to consumers.
In light of George Osborne’s change to pension rules, people of retirement age show a huge interest in using the Guaranteed Guidance scheme.