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CAMERON RUNNING OUT OF TIME TO PREVENT BREXIT

As the Conservative Party gathers in Manchester for their first autumn conference as a majority government in a generation, there is one issue dominating the agenda. A brief glance at the conference programme reveals no fewer than 28 fringe events focusing on Britain’s membership of the European Union. Eurosceptic delegates will be spoilt for choice, faced with simultaneous events as enticing as “Is Tech Better Off Out of the EU?” and “The Policy factor! How can Cameron win in Europe?”.

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ICG ANALYSIS: BREXIT LOOMING?

As the Conservative Party gathers in Manchester for their first autumn conference as a majority Government in a generation, there is one issue dominating the agenda. A brief glance at the conference programme reveals no fewer than 28 fringe events focusing on Britain’s membership of the EU. They are not alone in their obsession: the political commentariat is turning its attention increasingly towards the looming EU referendum.

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Expect fireworks at Labour Party Conference 2015

If you told the average Labour activist on May 6 that their party would be meeting this weekend in the current circumstances, most would have laughed in your face. Few would have predicted that this year’s autumn conference would take place in the shadow of a Conservative government and another five years in opposition.

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CIM AWARDS PUBLIC AFFAIRS BRIEF TO ICG

CIM (the Chartered Institute of Marketing) has appointed ICG to deliver public affairs support, following the recent rebrand by the professional body and the adoption of its new communications strategy.

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THE ROLE OF THE PHARMACIST IN SIMON STEVENS’ NHS

Ever since its formation in 1948, the NHS has been continually reshaped and re-modelled by the demands placed upon it. With an ever-ageing population, an increase in the number of patients living with multiple health problems and a stronger focus on ‘good’ health outcomes, the NHS must continue to evolve and deliver.

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