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The Member Directory lists all the Central Lobby policy experts.
Writing for Central Lobby, shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont says the Government should ensure more people have access to private sector pensions and make sure funds work in savers' interests.
The new chief executive of AELP, the Association of Employment and Learning Providers, wants to see all sectors of the UK economy, and businesses of all sizes take on apprentices.
Laura Sandys writes as an Epilepsy sufferer and chair of the APPG in parliament. The disease affects more than half a million people in the UK.
A new humanoid robot has been created that acts as a therapeutic tool for children with autism.
A new campaign to promote the benefits of part-time study has been backed by MPs
New App uses first ever index to report the health impact of long-term exposure to air pollution
Freedom to Marry sets out how the public have moved on and now widely accept this change. They are campaigning to get the bill successfully through its next stage.
A new partnership will see business students taught about the reality of life on the shop floor.
Children’s Minister Edward Timpson announced a range of new measures to improve the lives of the 10,000 children who leave public care each year
Former community pubs minister Bob Neill is taking on Lidl which has has bought and seek to demolish the Porcupine Pub in Mottingham, in his constituency.
Ann McKcKechin sits on the BIS committee which has launched an inquiry into High Street decline. Is the strong UK online market responsible?
The Government should abolish the ring-fence around the schools budget, according to think tank Reform.
An effective primary care service including out-of-hours services for patients will relieve pressure on A&E, Unite has said.
The Shadow Leader of the House tells PoliticsHome David Cameron is running scared from PMQs and a rebellious parliament.
Ahead of his debate today, Labour MP Alex Cunningham argues that the UK’s “routine” practice of recruiting 16 year olds into the armed forces has to stop
David Amess sets out why Southend is far and away the best choice for UK City of Culture in 2017. He has a Westminster Hall debate on this subject today at 9.30am
Paul Parker, the Recording Clerk for the Quakers in Britain, sets out why they support Equal Marriage and look forward to conducting the first same sex Quaker marriage ceremony
A new study will try to work out why recycling rates are so low in the UK.
Simon Baldry, Vice President and General Manager, Coca-Cola Enterprises GB, introduces the latest CCE sustainability report
The number of empty town centre retail properties has risen, according to new figures from the British Retail Consortium.
Andrea Leadsom writes about 'Families that care', the latest report from the Centre for the Modern Family, established by Scottish Widows
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