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Martin Wheatley to deliver keynote at our 'Future of Banking' Conference

On 17th February 2015, ResPublica will host the 'Future of Banking' conference, featuring Martin Wheatley, Dame Colette Bowe and Adam Farkas, exploring what must be done in order to regain trust and confidence in the sector.

The Future of Banking: Restoring trust and confidence in the financial services with Martin Wheatley, Chief Executive, Financial Conduct Authority

ResPublica Celebrates its 5th Anniversary!

On Tuesday 16th December 2014 at the IoD, ResPublica celebrated its 5th Anniversary with a Question Time style debate and party hosted by Sky News' Faisal Islam, between Caroline Flint, John Hayes, Maurice Glasman, Tim Montgomerie, Roger Scruton and Lord Stewart Wood.

ResPublica’s 5th Anniversary

Disraeli Room: A week of blogs on the Intergenerational Conflict

ResPublica has teamed up with the Intergenerational Foundation to bring you 7 days of blogs examining the failure of public policy to serve young people’s interests.

The Intergenerational Conflict

Building Homes, Creating Places

This new ResPublica project will seek to provide policy-makers with long-term supply and demand solutions to the chronic housing shortage, enabling the creation of places where people want to live and where they will flourish.

Building Homes, Creating Places: How to provide long-term supply and demand solutions to the housing crisis A new ResPublica research project

Featured Event

ResPublica’s 5th Anniversary

16th December 2014
Institute of Directors,

On Tuesday 16th December 2014, ResPublica celebrated its 5th Anniversary with a Question Time style debate and party at the Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall. Our Director, Phillip Blond, delivered a keynote address to an audience of parliamentarians, political commentators, academics and friends, with the reception overwhelmingly positive. The speech set the tone for the rest of the evening, ensuring minds were firmly fixed on the long-term and enduring issues of our time.