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Parliament in the time of coronavirus

Parliamentary Select Committees have never been more important in shaping policy, nor as accessible to organisations who have the expertise and insights most needed by Government. Social distancing has presented a perfect storm of challenges in Westminster. The traditional emphasis on face-to-face engagement in the chamber and tea rooms combined with a long-held resistance to incorporating new technology into proceedings has meant that the institutions of Government have had to...

Women in Parliament : Fifteen Firsts

2018 marks the centenary of the passing of the Parliament (Qualification of Women) Act 1918, which enshrined in law the right of women to sit in the House of Commons. In November, we celebrated 100 years since the law was passed, and over 300 women visited Westminster for an event encouraging more women to stand for election, organised by campaign group

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GK Strategy 11th Dec, 2018 Insight
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