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‘Stand up for Christians in the Middle East!’, by Fiona Bruce MP

Policy must change to allow the protection and support of persecuted Christians, says Fiona Bruce MP, who urges the Government to honour its 2015 commitment to do so. 

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‘Crisis for Christians’, by Gerald Howarth

Sir Gerald Howarth MP explains why it’s time to add Christians to the list of those given refuge when fleeing persecutions – from Huguenots to the Ugandan Asians.

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‘How to Prepare for the future’, by The Rt Hon David Gauke MP

Politeia’s Winter Address by The Rt Hon David Gauke MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury

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‘What Next? The Shape of the UK-EU Financial Services Deal’, by Barnabas Reynolds

The Government’s Brexit aims can be fashioned to enhance the City’s world lead in financial services, says Barnabas Reynolds, a leading UK and EU regulatory lawyer.

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Established in 1995, Politeia is a forum for discussing economic, constitutional and social policy. It focuses on the role of the state in people’s lives. Politeia aims to encourage the best policies for a free society under the rule of law, a prosperous economy based on free markets and competition, and excellent systems for education, health care and pensions.

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‘Stand up for Christians in the Middle East!’, by Fiona Bruce MP

Policy must change to allow the protection and support of persecuted Christians, says Fiona Bruce MP, who urges the Government to honour its 2015 commitment to do so. 

Read More

‘Crisis for Christians’, by Gerald Howarth

Sir Gerald Howarth MP explains why it’s time to add Christians to the list of those given refuge when fleeing persecutions – from Huguenots to the Ugandan Asians.

Read More

‘How to Prepare for the future’, by The Rt Hon David Gauke MP

Politeia’s Winter Address by The Rt Hon David Gauke MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury

Read More

‘What Next? The Shape of the UK-EU Financial Services Deal’, by Barnabas Reynolds

The Government’s Brexit aims can be fashioned to enhance the City’s world lead in financial services, says Barnabas Reynolds, a leading UK and EU regulatory lawyer.

Read More

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  • Politeia Blog

    April 21, 2017

    The Art of the Possible

    For Britain’s democracy to work best, a new electoral mandate for Mrs May is needed says Kwasi Kwarteng MP.

    Very few political surprises were as great as the Prime Minister’s announcement on Tuesday that there would be a general election on 8th June.

    Like all great military manoeuvres, the element of surprise was essential to the impact. In the first instance… Read on

     

    Snap!

    A general election will help resolve the great constitutional question of the day, says the distinguished parliamentarian, Bernard Jenkin MP.

    Since the Prime Minister announced a snap election journalists have spent many hours suggesting her reasons for doing so, such as the need for a personal mandate for Brexit, the natural pause in the Brexit negotiations during the French and German elections, and the Conservative lead in the polls. It is clear…Read on

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