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Airbus New Year’s reception 2020
PM meeting with EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen 8 January 2020
A vision for future farming
Driving debate on UK agricultural trade policy
Leeds academic to drive debate on UK agricultural trade policy
Chancellor launches Budget process to usher in ‘decade of renewal’
Prime Minister’s New Year’s message 31 December 2019
Welsh Secretary welcomes £243 million UK Government support for Welsh farmers
Farmers’ £3 billion support confirmed in time for 2020
World going crackers for British cheese and wine
UK – Japan trade hits record high in boost for Scottish firms
A brighter future for Wales outside EU
PM “Brexit vote wrapped up for Christmas”
Simon Hart MP appointed Secretary of State for Wales
UK hopes to further strengthen existing ties with Malaysia
GDP growth reflects a strong economy
What record NHS investment means for each of my priorities
Douglas Ross appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Scotland
UK jobs market booms with record numbers in work
Alister Jack responds to December 2019 labour market figures
Super funds heading for a bumper result for 2019
PM statement in Downing Street 13 December 2019
WSU political scientist investigates effects of social media on UK politics for BBC
Brexit positions drive voter attention at least as much as party loyalties, study shows
Online abuse towards politicians rises ahead of General Election, study finds
After Challenging Year, Improvement Expected for 2020
Exploring what is next for British democracy
Strong economy, careful spending gives $12bn of surpluses
Imperial wins €8 million in ERC funding for blue skies research
Composite Leading Indicators (CLI), OECD, December 2019
Parties’ election promises on trade are incoherent and unachievable
Financial reporting focuses for 31 December 2019
Climate change policies need to improve for UK to reduce carbon emissions
Christa Tobler speaks at interdisplinary Liechtenstein Institute
Labour’s lead in capital increases according to latest Mile End Institute poll
New animal and plant health safety rules coming into force in December
How many voters really switch parties in British elections? What evidence tells us
Online hate speech report launched
Remarks by National Security Advisor Ambassador Robert O’Brien at 2019 Atlantic Future Forum
Tories failed to fulfil half of their 2017 manifesto pledges, research finds
Whizz Kidz at Climate Group
NZ economy in good shape amid global headwinds
Universal Values Justice & Fairness
SC Braga v Wolverhampton Wanderers FC travel advice
EU and Western Balkans – new policy brief published today
Super funds approaching double digit return for 2019
BMA issues health manifesto ahead of election
Eilert Sundt Lecture 2019: revenge of places that don’t matter