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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
Animal charities and vets have both called for the introduction of dog control notices do deal with dangerous pets.
Ahead of his adjournment debate this afternoon, Tory MP Mark Spencer highlights a perception that authorities are more willing to prosecute for speeding offences than for injuries caused through reckless driving
An industry body for engineers has said that the Department for Transport’s claims about the benefits of HS2 care flawed
RCVS calls for a Private Members Bill to protect the title ‘veterinary nurse'
The first phase of the HS2 route from London to Birmingham will have a “detrimental impact on ancient woodland”, according to a leading charity.
With the MP ballot for private members bills taking place in Parliament today, the Association of British Insurers explains why a bill changing driving lessons rules would help reduce young driver deaths
Voluntary organisations are exploiting interns, according to new research from trade union Unite.
A new law that would allow terminally ill adults the choice of an assisted death has found widespread public support, according to new research
Ahead of her adjournment debate later today, Labour MP Julie Hilling stresses the need for Dog Control Notices and comprehensive legislation to tackle the issue of dangerous dogs
Writing for Central Lobby, crossbench peer Baroness Howe of Idlicote explains why she is introducing her Online Safety Bill which has its First Reading in the House of Lords today.
Women like actress Angelina Jolie who have a faulty gene that increases the risk of breast cancer have a range of options, a charity has said
Age UK relaunches its 'Care in Crisis' campaign, calling for the amendment of the new Care Bill
Conservative MP Charlotte Leslie highlights the ‘perverse’ trend of children being prevented from having swimming lessons in council owned sports centres
More than 750,000 children in the UK will be pushed into poverty as a result of coalition policies, according to a leading peer
The Home Secretary will be treated with respect at a police conference this week, officers have been told
The UK’s GDP could be up to five per cent higher if our infrastructure matched that of our overseas competitors.
Baroness Parminter asks the government to consider bringing in a charge for single use plastic bags, after similar moves in Wales and Northern Ireland.
Caroline Flint says that the cost of energy is the biggest concern for most voters. Was the failure to include tariff legislation in the Queen's speech a missed opportunity?
Chuka Umunna writes from Lagos, Nigeria where he is leading a trade mission with business leaders from London and the North West.
The UK is one of the leading destinations for global manufacturing according to new research from KPMG
Three-quarters of people with autism think their social workers don’t properly understand the condition, according to new research
Conservationists and the shipping industry have called for action after the death of thousands of seabirds in the English Channel.
Falling demand and poor weather in the first quarter of 2013 have led to falling demand in the construction industry
Ahead of her oral question today, Baroness Young of Hornsey highlights how the public remains oblivious to the consequences of the fashion industry’s focus on cheap labour abroad