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Interel TV – The Cabinet Brexit Summit<\/h3>\r\n

by Alex Mulchrone<\/h5>\r\n

Our Consultant Alexander Mulchrone runs us through the ramifications from this week’s big Brexit summit amongst Cabinet Ministers.<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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Interel Brexit Breakfast with Barry Gardiner MP – Shadow International Trade Secretary<\/h3>\r\n

by Alex Mulchrone<\/h5>\r\n

Interel hosted a Brexit Breakfast with Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade on 18 January 2018. Barry offered his insight on Brexit negotiations and the future of international trade. Here are the top 10 things you need to know. Labour will vote against the EU Withdrawal Bill until it meets 6 […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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Thoughts on the Rail Strategy<\/h3>\r\n

by Stephen Bramall<\/h5>\r\n

Hot on the heals of the government\u2019s Industrial Strategy, the Department for Transport has published its latest strategy for the railways. The headline grabbing stuff about opening up new routes to unlock housing and development sounds exciting enough, and probably is if it all comes to pass, but aside from plans for the new East […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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Insights from our Budget briefing with Nicky Morgan MP<\/h3>\r\n

by Alex Mulchrone<\/h5>\r\n

This morning, Interel hosted a Budget briefing with the Chair of the Treasury Select Committee, Nicky Morgan MP, and George Parker, Political Editor of the Financial Times. The speakers joined Interel\u2019s network of business leaders, to discuss what the Budget will mean for the economy, politics and Brexit. Here are the top ten takeaways from […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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Hammond’s last stand<\/h3>\r\n

by Michael McLaughlin<\/h5>\r\n

When Philip Hammond makes his second budget address of the year next Wednesday, he will undoubtedly have the Prime Minister’s new favourite phrase “why can’t people do their jobs?”\u009d, in the back of his mind. Perhaps he will be wondering how long he’ll be allowed to continue doing his. This Budget is being viewed as […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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It’s time to take the power of the youth vote seriously<\/h3>\r\n

by Holly Ramsey<\/h5>\r\n

Traditionally, political parties in the UK never really positioned themselves effectively to attract masses of younger voters because they rarely turned out in droves to vote. This lack of engagement could well be cyclical in that young people rarely voted because parties were not coming up with policies that inspired or benefitted them, and vice […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n