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Profiling the Next Parliament: the Candidates Former Professions

Profiling the Next Parliament: the Candidates Former Professions

Read part two of the IPT's research into prospective parliamentary candidates, exploring the business backgrounds of candidates.

Learning from Positive Outliers: Four Business Practices for Resilient Banking

Learning from Positive Outliers: Four Business Practices for Resilient Banking

Professor Ute Stephan takes a look at alternative models to banking in this guest blog following the IPT Policy Event Reflections on the Banking Crisis.

The Long and the Short of It: Bringing the Report to Brussels

The Long and the Short of It: Bringing the Report to Brussels

Following the publication of The Long and the Short of It, the Sustainable Food Supply Chains Commission visited Brussels to share the report with Members of the European Parliament.

The Big Society: Big Fix or Big Fail?

The Big Society: Big Fix or Big Fail?

How successful has the Big Society been, has the concept reached it's goals or do improvements to the framework need to be made? We consider the Big Society in this guest blog from the University of Cambridge and the Keystone Trust.

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