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The Telegraph reports on ResPublica’s fringe event ‘After the Scottish Referendum: The future of devolution’.
All ResPublica Public Fringe events will be held inside the secure zone, at either Manchester Central or The Midland Hotel. Speakers include: Rt Hon Ken Clarke, Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Rt Hon David Mundell MP, Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP, Alistair Burt MP, Nick Hurd MP, Chris White MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, Robin Walker MP, David Mowat MP, George Freeman MP, Laura Sandys MP, Justin Tomlinson MP.
Margareta Pagano highlights ResPublica’s Community Renewables report in the Independent on Sunday.
ResPublica’s Lorena Papamanci is profiled in Pay Day Loans Digest.
The Financial Times (£) profiles ResPublica’s Community Renewables Economy Green Paper.
ResPublica hosted a successful fringe programme at the Liberal Democrat conference in Glasgow. Our event, a panel discussion co-hosted with the Consumer Finance Association (CFA) posed the question: ‘Are payday loans ever in the consumer interest?’
Home House, London | 16 July, 2013
Housing associations have always been about more than building homes and picking up rent.
Inside Housing profiles the ResPublica Liberal Democrat Party Conference fringe on Payday Lending.
The Guardian profiles a roundtable that ResPublica Director, Phillip Blond and Head of Research, Caroline Julian attended.
The appetite among communities for owning and generating their own electricity is growing. A new study by ResPublica has revealed that community energy capacity has increased by over 1,300% to nearly 60MW over the past decade.
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