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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
Local Government People draws together details of this week's local by-election result and changes to councils' political compositions.
The Institute of Customer Service has published a report based on customer responses and interviews with public sector leaders. It offers recommendations to embed a customer service ethos within organisations and government
Vets are backing a second year of pilot badger culls in England after changes to “improve humaneness and effectiveness”.
Road hauliers have welcomed plans to raise the speed limit for lorries on single carriageway roads to 50 mph
BIS Select Committee member Ann McKechin warns now Vince Cable has backed down over selling off the student loan book the Government has lost its nerve over more sell-offs
Last week, Home-Start launched their new manifesto for families, All Our Children, which offers practical solutions to enable local people to support vulnerable families more effectively.
As she launches a major report on Britain's digital skills, Maggie Philbin lays out the challenges for the Government, employers, schools and universities to prepare the UK for a "second industrial revolution".
Labour MP and former Minister Ann McKechin is a member of the Arms Export Control Committee which publishes its annual report this week
The 2014 Tri-Nations Butchers’ Challenge, a closely-fought contest of skill and speed, has been won by a team from New Zealand
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling recently exhibited in Bournemouth at the Local Government Association Conference
A new report on austerity and the police gives “clear evidence” that budget cuts are damaging the service, according to rank and file officers
Green MP Caroline Lucas is the primary sponsor for Early Day Motion 27 on getting mothers' names included on marriage certificates
British holidaymakers have been urged to check their vehicles are in good conditions before driving abroad
Ahead of the Second Reading of the Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill in the Commons, Shadow Justice Secretary Sadiq Khan criticises the Government for bringing forward a 'vacuous piece of legislation'.
To coincide with the development of a new service for people with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) by the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society, Jamie Hewitt questions why the publication of an important report on specialised service derogations is being delayed.
Local Government People draws together details of this week's local by-election result and changes to councils' political compositions
Many disabled people are worried that a new Assisted Dying Bill will lead to them coming under pressure to end their lives, says Scope.
UK consumers are becoming less satisfied with the service they receive, according to new data
Lord Falconer outlines why he believes that terminally ill people should be able to rely upon a safeguarded framework when it comes to the choice to end their suffering.
Children from families that need support do not have safe places to play and need more protection, says a leading charity.
Labour MP Joan Walley is to be recognised this week for her “outstanding parliamentary service” by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH).
Barry Sheerman this week held a Westminster Hall debate on the National Citizen Service and seeks to increase 'our diminished sense of citizenship'
The British Red Cross welcomes the new Bill that brings legal protection for those who help others in an emergency.
Ahead of tomorrow’s debate on assisted dying, former Health Minister Lord Warner says Parliamentarians must listen to the anguish of the terminally-ill.