Welcome to the first edition of Westminster Advisers’ Spotlight briefing – an at-a-glance summary of the current polls, what they suggest about the current state of play between the parties, and what they could mean for coalition negotiations in the (likely) event of a hung parliament after the election in May.
A collection of essays on what 2015 will mean for public affairs.
Welcome to Westminster Advisers’ new monthly briefing on health and social care. In this month’s edition we: Cover health in the election campaign and think about how health policy may unfold after May. Assess critical reports from the Commons Public Accounts Committee on the sustainability of health and social care in England. Consider implications fromRead more
We’ve found this year the most fascinating in our careers, and we’d like to tell you why: because we’ve experienced a big underlying shift in politics, which makes minority government next year much more likely.
Battle lines are being drawn in UK politics with a general election around the corner. But while risks should not be underestimated, the climate for infrastructure investment appears positive. Dominic Church of Westminster Advisers reports in this article for Infrastructure Investor.
With the Westminster village’s kayak fast approaching the 2015 General Election waterfall the sound of furious policy paddling can be heard all around. To help you navigate these confusing waters Westminster Advisers has put together a handy and straightforward guide to the main parties’ funding promises for the NHS. It contains the essentials that youRead more
A fast facts briefing on speeches and debate at Westminster Advisers’s recent event with Peter Riddell and Mark Gibson.
The people and processes behind manifesto development in each of the three main parties