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Budget 2021: What you need to know

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Available to watch on demand, our highly popular webinar brought together leading political and public sector journalists with senior policy experts to help analyse the strategic priorities and policies laid out in the Budget, delving into what the government was trying to achieve and the implications of it for the economy, British people and business.



Georgina Bailey | Policy Editor, The House
Georgina Bailey is Policy Editor at The House magazine, Parliament’s “in-house” journal. She leads policy and campaigns coverage, as well as covering the work of All-Party Parliamentary Groups.

Richard Johnstone | Acting editor, Civil Service World
Richard oversees CSW's online output, helping to keep civil servants informed about what’s happening across government and how it affects their working life.

Alain Tolhurst | Chief Reporter, PoliticsHome
Since becoming a parliamentary journalist, Alain has covered three General Elections, the Brexit saga, the rise and fall of Corbynism, two Prime Ministerial resignations and the Covid-19 pandemic, all from a vantage point in the House of Commons press gallery.

Maria Busca | Senior Political Consultant, Dods Monitoring
Maria is responsible for the financial services and economic policy portfolio at Dods Monitoring. She advises insurers, banks and trade associations on the latest political developments, policy trends and regulations affecting the sector and more broadly, the business environment.

Laura Hutchinson | Host and Principal Political Consultant, Dods Group
Head of UK BI and political intelligence at Dods Monitoring, Laura focuses on Brexit, Foreign Affairs, and International Development.


Engineering a Better World

The Engineering a Better World podcast series from The House magazine and the IET is back for series two! New host Jonn Elledge discusses with parliamentarians and industry experts how technology and engineering can provide policy solutions to our changing world.

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