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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
Ahead of her Parliamentary debate today, Labour’s Shabana Mahmood sets out the tragic affect the housing crisis is having on Britain’s homeless people
Eastleigh MP Mike Thornton has tabled a Westminster Hall debate on electrical safety in the private rented sector. He wants the government to think again and introduce a five yearly wiring check on these properties.
Gareth Thomas MP has a ten minute rule motion today which seeks to create a credit union for military personnel who are increasingly turning to pay day loans to get by
The Kennel Club is campaigning to ban electric shock collars which cause pain, distress and damage to the relationship between dog and owner
Corporate Affairs Director at Heathrow, Clare Harbord welcomes the Airports Commission shortlist and says every solution will now involve tough choices and political courage
The body representing the UK’s airlines has welcomed the interim report on airport capacity, but warned politicians need to back its final recommendations
The future of the UK’s digital economy is in danger from the soaring popularity of wireless devices
The Davies interim report on airport capacity must be backed by all political parties, London businesses have said
After last week's Britain Against Cancer conference, and ahead of today's Westminster Hall debate on rare diseases, blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan's chief executive argues that the political classes must not turn away from continued investment in cancer treatment
Shadow Care Minister Liz Kendall sets out Labour's response to the Care Bill which has its' second reading in the Commons today
Donna O’Brien from Parkinson’s UK explains what more the Care Bill can do to help people with Parkinson’s and other disabilities
Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Chris Leslie calls on the Prime Minister to 'get serious about cutting wasteful Whitehall spending'
Celia Richardson, Director of the Social Economy Alliance of 23 organisations, sets out why a new coherent voice is needed on the economy
The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom is calling on the government to support the release of seven Iranians at risk of forcible extradition to Iran
Learning providers have said a 17.5% cut in funding will affect the numbers of young people taking up training programmes
Responding to an Ethos Journal article on ideas for tackling the funding gap local councils face, CLG Committee member Simon Danczuk calls for local government to 'radically re-invent itself'
With Save the Children's fundraising 'Christmas Jumper Day' today, the charity's Chief Executive reminds Central Lobby why action must be taken to protect children in conflict zones
Managers in the public sector have warned that good economic news does not mean pay rises next year
Santa Paws and a special 'Royal Tail' service have visited Westminster to deliver personalised Christmas cards to MPs by hand
Councils could face a cumulative spending gap of £16.5bn by 2020. Experts Simon Parker, Alex Thomson and James Plunkett consider how local government might respond
What progress has been made since clinical commissioning groups were introduced in April? Andy Cowper, Health Service Journal's comment editor, considers the evidence
Conservative MP Sam Gyimah pays his tribute to the former South African president.
CIFAS, the UK’s Fraud Prevention Service, gives some helpful tips on how to stay safe this Christmas
Shadow Justice Secretary Sadiq Khan celebrates International Human Rights Day by reminding us how human rights have transformed the country.