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ResPublica is pleased to announce that its recent report, Holistic Mission: Social action and the Church of England, has been scheduled for debate in the House of Lords at 3pm on 21st November 2013.
In his Labour Party conference speech, Ed Miliband planted himself firmly on the left. His big themes of confiscating land from greedy developers, controlling energy prices and imposing a higher minimum wage, have left commentators in near unanimity on that point.
ResPublica hosted a successful fringe programme of twelve events at the 2013 Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
To open our fringe series at the Conservative party conference, we hosted a panel discussion with Constitution Society, which launched the debate: ‘After the Scottish Referendum: The future of devolution’.
Professor John Millbank joins the debate on abortion.
ResPublica’s Head of Research Caroline Julian asks if collective switching is enough.
ResPublica hosted a successful fringe programme at the Labour Party conference in Brighton. Our public fringe event, a panel discussion co-hosted with the Consumer Finance Association (CFA) posed the question: ‘Are payday loans ever in the consumer interest?
The BBC covers ResPublica’s Conservative Party Conference fringe event ‘To be or not to be in the EU?’.
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