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How to engage with the new government?

Any organisation seeking to influence policy needs to be mindful of this Parliament’s mood music. Let’s put away the Cabinet manual and familiarise ourselves with the Conservative manifesto” was my advice to clients on Friday. While…

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Opinion

Should I stay or should I go?

How best to handle immigration has been one of the dominant narratives of this election. Yet with just 10 days until Britain goes to the polls, migration of a different sort should be on the minds…

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News

THE MOST REPRESENTATIVE HOUSE OF COMMONS EVER?

ICG has undertaken a comprehensive analysis of the potential make-up of the new Parliament after May 2015. Using electoralcalculus.co.uk as the basis for calling seats, ICG mapped three scenarios (no-change from 2010’s seat returns; Labour as…

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Briefings

PARLIAMENTARY CANDIDATES TO WATCH

Today is deadline day for candidate nominations and ICG presents Parliamentary Candidates to Watch – the definitive guide to the personalities that will colour the 2015 General Election. In this new edition, we have profiled the…

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Briefings

50 DAYS TO GO #GE2015

The 2015 General Election campaign thus far has been defined by uncertainty. Opinion polls are inconclusive favouring neither the Conservatives nor Labour, and whilst the Liberal Democrats continue to pay the price of government through persistently…

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Events

ROLE OF THE ‘22

Roundtable with Graham Brady MP, chairman of the 1922 Committee. With just nine weeks to go until the General Election, ICG welcomed Graham Brady MP as our guest speaker in the latest in our series of…

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