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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
Clare Harbord, Corporate Affairs Director at Heathrow Airport, explains the danger to the UK economy of moving the UK’s hub airport
The new long-range Airbus A350 airliner completed its maiden flight today, the manufacturer has announced.
Shadow Food and Farming Minster, Huw Irranca-Davies argues that more must be done to help SMEs get a grip on procurement, and maximise community benefits
Roberta Blackman-Woods says that there are genuine concerns within the electrical safety sector regarding changes to Part P of Building Regulations
The leader of the country’s largest union has said he “will not countenance” a non-union port
MPs win six hour parliamentary debate to scrutinise 2003 decision to go to war
George Freeman has tabled an adjournment debate on Genetic medicine and patients' rights
Mental health is the theme for this year’s Men’s Health Week. 10-16th June. In particular breaking the stigma that prevents men talking about their health is the focus
The government must do more to reverse the increasing numbers of long-term unemployed, according to a leading think tank.
The PSHE Association gives its reaction to the defeat of the Children and Families Bill PSHE education amendment in the House of Commons
Former Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt has been appointed to the board of healthcare company Bupa
Steve Barclay has tabled a Westminster Hall debate to safeguard migrant workers like the thousands in his own constituency
The Prince of Wales has sent a message of support to the country’s “unrivalled” livestock farmers
The country’s largest teaching union has rejected claims by the Education Secretary about GCSE exams
Government plans for new exams to replace GCSEs to be in place by 2015 are not workable, according to a leading trade union
Ahead of a Commons vote later today, Labour's Stella Creasy sets out why sexual consent and relationship advice should be taught as part of the national curriculum
SNP MP Mike Weir has tabled a Westminster Hall debate on fuel poverty and pre-payment meters. He is concerned about consumers getting into debt with their energy bills
Britain’s training providers have set out an "election manifesto" of pledges on skills for the 2015 general election.
The UK’s world-class science base is 'the future of the British economy,' business minister David Willetts said today
Ahead of today’s Transport Committee session on parking, NSL criticises media and public figures for attacking necessary and efficient parking enforcement
HALO has just reached its 25th Anniversary. Having worked in 25 countries, with 8,000 staff deployed across some of the poorest places in the world, I have witnessed the good, the bad and the inefficient regarding the foreign aid sector.
The low uptake in cervical screening among women ages 60 to 64 is “worrying”, according to a cancer charity.
Landlords are being warned not to ignore electrical safety as new research shows millions of lives are at risk.
Jim Dobbin and Lord Avebury, the co-chairs of the APPG for Child Health and Vaccine Preventable Diseases, says the UK must stay a leading voice on international public health.