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Saga hosted their annual parliamentary reception Tuesday night, where MPs and Peers lined up to commend the work of the organisation.
Jacqui McCluskey, Director of Policy and Communications at Homeless Link, comments:
Ahead of his debate on social mobility, Lord Holmes writes for PoliticsHome arguing Britain must ensure that opportunities are open to all.
Following calls from Labour MPs to not put up a candidate in Richmond Park, John Spellar rejects the proposal and argues his party should not form a progressive alliance with the Liberal Democrats.
Rick Henderson, Chief Executive of Homeless Link, comments:
With just one in ten accessing the legal services support they need, former justice minister Lord Faulks QC and a panel of experts discussed reform of the legal services sector at a Conservative conference fringe event.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP and Shadow Business Secretary Jon Trickett MP joined Adam Marshall from the British Chamber of Commerce & Tom Clarke, editor of Prospect magazine to discuss the future of Labour's economic policy at a reception at Labour party conference in Liverpool.
The inequality of the current living wage for under 25s cannot be ignored says GMB.
No fracking means the UK will rely on ‘henchman, hangmen and head-choppers’ for gas says GMB.
The Labour leadership election may have excited Party members – but it has been bruising for their public reputation. A new Saga Populus poll of some 7,500 over 50s indicated that 85% thought the contest had damaged the Party’s reputation.
The choice between Corbyn and Smith is a choice between parliamentary democracy and mass agitation to gain power, says Professor Richard Toye of Exeter University.
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron reflects on a string of recent council byelection successes for his party which suggest the party "making real progress" and providing "the real voice of opposition to the Conservative Brexit Government".
Labour MP John Mann blasts Owen Smith's 'predictable' leadership campaign as a 'shambles'.
Alzheimer’s Society explain why this conference season it starts with you.
As the Green party conference begins, leader Natalie Bennett writes for PoliticsHome explaining how a complete restructure of our political system is necessary and achievable.
To even his most hardened critics, it did seem pretty impressive.
Labour MP Jamie Reed writes that Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to say he would authorise military action if a Nato ally was invaded by Russia shows he is unfit to be his party's leader.
Wherever she is in the Swiss Alps right now, Theresa May is probably doing a fair impression of Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music.
Writing exclusively for PoliticsHome, ex-Parliamentary Labour Party chairman and former minister Lord Watts launches a scathing attack on Jeremy Corbyn and his top team.
The British Veterinary Association & Cats Protection offer advice for Larry, Palmerston and now Gladstone, during times of stress or change.
Writing for PoliticsHome, Labour leadership hopeful Owen Smith pledges to end inequality in Britain - and heal the divide in his party.
Today’s ICM opinion poll giving the Conservatives a 16-point lead over Labour has provoked a predictable reaction from many on the centre-left.
The PSHE Association has responded to research on young women’s aspirations released today by our colleagues at Girlguiding which suggests that just 35% of young women believe that women and men have the same chance of succeeding in their chosen jobs.
Alzheimer’s Society is urging families across the country to spend time together tackling the biggest health issue of our time, by joining your local Memory Walk to raise money for a world without dementia – as it’s revealed families spend dwindling time together.