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Conservative Conference 2015 | Start of a new term: What should the Conservatives’ education priorities be?
With Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP, Secretary of State for Education; Allan Foulds, ASCL; Jonathan Simons, Policy Exchange; Fiona Millar, education writer and journalist.
With Chi Onwurah MP; Hetan Shah, Royal Statistical Society; Emma Carr, Big Brother Watch; Martin Tisné, Omidyar Network; Eddie Copeland, Policy Exchange.
With Ivan Lewis MP; Kru Desai, KPMG; Simon Parker, New Local Government Network; Professor Tony Travers, LSE; and Steve Hughes, Policy Exchange.
Labour Conference 2015 | The Just About Managing Classes: Appealing to the Country’s Squeezed Middle
With James Frayne, Policy Exchange; Joe Twyman, YouGov; James Bloodworth, Left Foot Forward; Catherine Atkinson, Labour Candidate for Erewash in 2015; and Lucy Rigby, Labour Candidate for Lincoln in 2015.
Labour Conference 2015 | The Great Business shake-up: How to disrupt markets and get a fairer deal for consumers
With Liam Byrne MP, Shadow Minister for Business, Innovation and Skills; Richard Lloyd, Which?; Anthony Thompson, TSB; Iain Wood, TalkTalk; and Diana Fox Carney, IPPR.
Labour Conference 2015 | Computer says yes! What are the opportunities and threats of going digital?
With Nick Williams, Lloyds Banking Group; Hopi Sen, Labour Blogger; Katie O’Donovan, Google; and Steve Hughes, Policy Exchange.
With Seema Malhotra MP, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury; David Barnes, Managing Partner for Public Policy, Deloitte; Vicky Pryce, CEBR; Adam Marshall, BCC; and Steve Hughes, Head of Economic and Social Policy, Policy Exchange.
We are delighted to announce that the second Policy Exchange Annual Lecture on Education will be given by the American academic and author E. D. Hirsch. Hirsch’s work has been influential across the world, not least in the UK, where he is cited as one of the major influencers on the Conservative party’s recent approach to education in particular. He has been named as one of the inspirations behind the curriculum changes made in the last Parliament and is frequently referenced in speeches by politicians from all parties.
We are delighted to be hosting Rt Hon John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, for a speech on the ongoing drive to modernise the House of Commons.
We have now moved to a point where the key question for natural capital is not ‘if’ but ‘how’ to implement it into policymaking. This event will examine how natural capital be should quantified; how it can be built into government & business decision-making; how it will influence wider policy; and how investments in natural capital can be paid for.