Roger Cashmore, David Mowat, Simon Taylor
Energy costs are now centre-stage in the policy debate at Westminster as both government and opposition promise to tackle rising costs. But if energy is to be affordable in the longer term, a secure supply of energy is needed. So too is a variety of sources. For that, says Politeia’s Nuclear Options: Powering the Future, nuclear will be needed.
On Monday 19th May, Nick Sherry gave the third lecture in Politeia's 2014 series, Paying for the Future.
The Budget returned pensions to the centre of the economic agenda. While the Chancellor's plan to liberalise access to private pension pots has been welcomed, the real debate has yet to take place. Can the state pension be sustained at the levels now envisaged? Britain, like other western economies faces increased costs to pay for demographic change.
On Tuesday 13th May, Martin Howe QC gave the first lecture in Politeia's 2014 series, The UK and the EU: What principles should guide re-negotiation?
Britain's relations with the European Union have moved to the centre of the political stage. While many people support the principles on which free trade with the EU rests and want such arrangements to continue, they are concerned at the increased dominance of the EU in national life.
On Thursday 3rd April, Professor Lars Feld* gave the second lecture in Politeia's 2014 Economic series, Paying for the Future: Contributory or Tax funded Systems?, focusing on the Swiss pension system and Germany’s current proposals to reform its system.
On Tuesday 30th September, 6.00-7.30pm, at the Conservative Pary Conference in Birmingham, Ploiteia will host a panel discussion on The UK and The EU: What Principles for Renegotiation?
Speaking will be:
Rt Hon Dominic Grieve MP, former Attorney General
Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee
Martin Howe QC, author of Politeia’s ‘Zero Plus: The Principles of EU Renegotiation’
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