The Climate Campaign: Turning up the Heat

The Climate Campaign: Turning up the Heat

By Martha Kool, Senior Associate   If you’ve been living on Earth the past few years, and paying any attention at all, you’ve probably heard of a little problem called climate change. The concept is nothing new, but the conversation around it and mass awareness has...
Nudge Factory’s January Quiz

Nudge Factory’s January Quiz

 By Nudge Factory Team   In our first Nudge Factory quiz of the year, we test your knowledge of Select Committees, The Grammys, Oscar royalty, and even what is potentially the most talked about 50p since The Queen’s Nose (gone but never forgotten).  ...
Levelling up: infrastructure

Levelling up: infrastructure

By Victoria Adams, Public Affairs Director   Now that the dust has settled after the general election, and we are nearing 31st January, policy influencers and makers alike are keeping their eyes on the Prime Minister’s post-Brexit domestic agenda.  If Boris...
The race for deputy

The race for deputy

By Thaina Sa’id, Associate The Labour Party deputy leadership contest undergoes the same process as the leadership election; some may say that this is quite convoluted, but it can be argued that such a democratic process ensures the legitimacy of the individuals...
Reflections on the election

Reflections on the election

 By Thaina Sa’id, Associate They called this the Brexit election, with many questioning how Johnson planned to “get it done” so quickly and why Corbyn was so insistent upon sitting on the fence? Ordinarily, I would have thought that bread and butter issues such as...
A Blue Christmas

A Blue Christmas

By Martha Kool, Senior Associate In case you hadn’t noticed, the Conservatives have won the general election today. While this could have been predicted, the majority they have achieved has been a huge surprise. Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed he will stand down as Leader...