After a busy four weeks on the road at the Liberal Democrat, Labour, Conservative and Scottish National Party political party conferences, where Prospect hosted a number of discussions on the fringe, we’re delighted to share a collection of articles covering the main ideas resulting from our events.
This year, Prospect’s events programme addressed a variety of topics including: banking, regional devolution, Brexit, infrastructure, transport, and financial inclusion. It also saw the launch of our Data as Infrastructure report.
Nick Clegg: Lib Dems must stick in the middle
Andy Burnham: “I’m going to pop the Westminster bubble from the outside”
Digital safety: How to protect yourself online
Delivering a successful industrial strategy through trade policy and export promotion
Seven things on the Brexit ‘to-do’ list after Party Conferences
Beyond the bank
The data challenge
Myths and realities of self-employment
How can we ensure that our pensions system does not leave behind the self-employed?
How can the UK best support development in the occupied Palestinian territories?
Delivering services for changing consumer needs
Financial Inclusion: a policy agenda for the future
Has increased competition in banking benefited all consumers?
Fair lending for small businesses
Re-balancing the economy through trade post-Brexit
Starting small: what support do small scale housebuilders need?
This conference season, the agenda on housing is clearer than ever
Taking a closer look at the “Great Jobs Agenda”
If you have any questions about Prospect’s 2017 party conference programme, or to discuss working together, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our pre-conference hub.