Britain’s manufacturers have called on the government to work with European partners to overcome long border delays
Barrie Deas, Chief Executive of the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations (NFFO), speaks to Genevieve Redgrave, WIJ Policy and Publications Editor. Despite claims of victory from the Government, the future of UK fishing is far from certain following our departure from the EU.
Public Policy Projects latest report sets out a series of ambitious recommendations for the Government to foster a truly digitally connected society. Genevieve Redgrave, Policy and Publications Editor at Public Policy Projects, covers the launch of this landmark report.
Fears over the impact of the UK’s new trading relationship with the EU and the attractiveness of the UK for both investment and talent are clouding the outlook for manufacturers as they enter 2021, according to a major survey published yesterday by PwC and Make UK.
Nick Smallwood, Chief Executive of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority joined Public Policy Projects for a recent webinar, presenting the Government's plans and strategies set to revolutionise UK infrastructure
We face a fast de-globalising world at a time when climate change requires globalised solutions. Politicians frequently pull us one way, real world demands often pull us in the other. Finance sits in the middle of this debate but not always comfortably.
Business optimism has declined sharply in the UK and expectations of future revenue growth in the next year are lower than they were in 2019.
The Climate Change Committee has announced its recommendation to reduce territorial emissions by at least 68 per cent by 2030.
The Yorkshire coast is soon to be home to the world’s largest windfarm, boosting the Government’s ambitions to make the UK a world leader in wind power.
The Government have announced their new spending plan on infrastructure and construction, including broadband, energy and transport, and on the carbon reduction aspirations summarised in the Prime Minister’s 10-point plan announced last week.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched the first part of London’s Green New Deal fund with £10 million invested in projects to boost green jobs, tackle the climate emergency and address inequalities.
The Government has promised with its latest planning reform consultation an entirely new planning system to build better and beautiful - but are their plans just as pretty?
Public Policy Projects' recent Virtual Infrastructure Breakfast with Nick Baveystock, Director General of the Institute of Civil Engineers, grappled with the challenge of delivering the infrastructure necessary to level up Britain, writes Genevieve Redgrave.