Kenneth Pritchard

Kenneth joined Interel in August 2015 as a Researcher. Kenneth works across multiple divisions within Interel including Finance and Public Services. Prior to this position, Kenneth has worked for a trade association dealing with public policy and volunteers for an environmental philanthropic initiative. Kenneth has a Scottish Law degree and an LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Law From Queen Mary University of London.

Posts by Kenneth Pritchard

End of the campaign, election night and key constituencies to watch

As we enter the final stage of the General Election campaign, a synchronised sigh of relief was let out from journalists, pundits and politicos in Westminster. Whoever said six weeks was too short for a General Election campaign could not have predicted the roller coaster, we as a country, were about to embark on. The […]

The SNP Manifesto: extensive, expensive and arguably unachievable?

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will be feeling quite good this afternoon; she has just launched her party’s manifesto to a crowd of the party faithful in Perth which set out her anti-austerity agenda for Scotland, promising fairer taxes, tackling inequality and granting more powers to the Scottish Parliament. However, this was all very predictable and […]

The Last Autumn Statement

Today saw the Chancellor’s first, and as it turns out his last, Autumn Statement to Parliament. In a comparatively short and business like (dare we say bland) statement Philip Hammond set out his ambition to prepare an economy that “works for everyone”. The most exciting rabbit that emerged saw the Chancellor announce that, from next […]

Theresa May’s Next 100 Days

Back from holiday and rested after one of the fastest leadership races on record, Theresa May has a challenging 100 days ahead of her as Parliament returns from Summer Recess on Monday 5th September. Several of these are likely to be: G20 Summit: 4th/5th September The G20 Leader’s summit, taking place on 4th and 5th […]

“Independence Day”: A Seismic Shift in British and European Politics

“Independence Day”: A Seismic Shift in British and European Politics The Political Consequences Britain has voted by a decisive margin to leave the European Union. The final numbers have just been confirmed with a result of 51.9% to 48.1%. This is a seismic moment in British politics and for the British economy. UKIP leader Nigel […]

EU Referendum: Today’s the day

Months of bitter and hard fought campaigning are over. Today, we will vote on whether Britain should Remain a member of the European Union or Leave. While the vote could go either way, the latest poll from ComRes, published just last night, has Remain 8 points ahead of Leave. Polls opened at 7am this morning […]