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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
Local Authorities are failing to provide information about services for blind and partially sighted children and young people, a leading charity has said.
A leading charity has called on politicians to “put your money where your mouth is” and set out ambitious plans for improving cancer treatment in the UK.
World airports are set to make an extra 1bn journeys by 2036, a new study has found
Today a coalition of 16 British organisations calls on all UK political parties to pledge to introduce a Tax Dodging Bill in the first 100 days after the 2015 General Election
Labour’s Shadow Roads Minister, Richard Burden MP, calls for a long term strategy, with funding, to increase walking and cycling rates.
Vince Cable has reiterated his commitment to tackling the short-term culture in UK business that contributed to the 2008 financial crisis.
Local Government People draws together details of this week's local by-election result and changes to councils' political compositions
Liberal Democrat MP Sir Andrew Stunell writes about his adjournment debate this week 'Fire risk in timber framed houses'
More legislation is needed to improve complaint handling in the NHS, the Nursing and Midwifery Council has said.
Heathrow airport is making the case for its expansion, saying it would drive economic growth for the whole of the UK
The charity Scope says Cameron’s ambition to achieve full employment must address the disability employment gap.
The charity Chance UK provides early intervention and mentoring to troubled children, and it has some perspectives that might be useful for MPs.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling suggests to DCMS some extra areas for action on fixed odds betting terminals
Former Lib Dem President Tim Farron MP writes about the important issue of tackling air pollution across the UK and the rest of the European Union
The Chief Executive of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers calls for a clearer system bringing together the needs of employers, apprentice providers, awarding bodies and government
Geraint Davies MP's Fracking Regulation Bill, presented yesterday, would make the contamination of our water and the emission of harmful gases from fracking illegal.
Plans by Scottish Ministers to use new devolved powers to cut Air Passenger Duty (APD) could see the Scottish economy soar but leave the rest of the UK struggling to get airborne
Open Doors has just published its annual report highlighting persecution facing Christians across the world from Nigeria and Kenya to Iraq and Syria
Simon Clark, director of the smokers’ group Forest which runs the Hands Off Our Packs campaign, says the introduction of plain packaging of tobacco could be counter-productive and horribly expensive
Labour's shadow health minister Jamie Reed describes the current crisis with the National Health Service and argues that 'cannot withstand five more years of David Cameron'
Scottish Labour MP Iain McKenzie writes about his debate in parliament on fuel prices in the UK and calls for greater transparency in the supply chain
The Government needs to reform its services to accommodate IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) sufferers, according to a new report
Minister of State for Disabled People, Mark Harper, reveals the ‘whole story’ behind today’s employment figures.
Dods Monitoring’s health specialist, Felicity Cooke, reviews the health select committee’s latest report on NHS complaints.