Previous Events – 2013

Economy and Tax

Paying for the Future: Contributory or Tax Funded Systems? 22nd October 2013
The Rt Hon Frank Field MP

Osbrown Economics: Continuity or Change for the British Economy? 4th June 2013
Douglas Carswell MP

Recovery and Growth: Winning at Home, Winning Abroad – How Can That Become Britain’s Business Slogan? 25th March 2013
The Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP, Minister of State for Business and Enterprise

Recovery and Growth: A Diverse Economy – Diverse Business Models, 19th March 2013
The Rt Hon Oliver Letwin MP, Minister for Government Policy

Commercialising Scientific Inventions: Business v Government, 6th March 2013
Professor Sir Gregory Winter FRS, Trinity College, Cambridge

Recovery and Growth: Cutting Tax—and Cost—to Business, 28th February 2013
David Gauke MP, Exchequer Secretary to Her Majesty’s Treasury
Dr Ludger Schuknecht, Federal Ministry of Finance, Germany
Allister Heath, City AM

Economics v Politics in Obama’s USA, 14th February 2013
Dr Irwin Stelzer, Hudson Institute in Washington

Recovery and Growth: Best for the UK, Best for London? 7th February 2013
Dr Gerard Lyons, Chief Economic Advisor to the Mayor of London
Lord McFall
Jacob Rees-Mogg MP
Scott Cochrane, Herbert Smith Freehills

Recovery and Growth: UK Success in a Competitive Global Economy, 30th January 2013
The Rt Hon Vince Cable MP, Secretary of State for the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills

 

Politeia’s Justice Series

What Future for Trial by Jury? 11th December 2013
The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP, Attorney General for England and Wales

Modern Day Slavery: How Can We Stop the Traffic, 11th June 2013
The Rt Hon Oliver Heald QC MP, Solicitor General for England and Wales

 

Education

Is the DfE’s Maths Curriculum on the Right Track? 13th June 2013
Professor David Burghes, author of Politeia’s Primary Problems: A First Curriculum for Mathematics

A Response to the DfE’s Draft National Curriculum for History, 11th April 2013
David Abulafia FBA, Professor of Mediterranean History at the University of Cambridge, History in the Making
Jonathan Clark, Professor of British History at the University of Kansas, History in the Making
Robert Tombs, Professor of French History at the University of Cambridge, author of Lessons from History and History in the Making

GCSE, A Levels and Assessment: Questions for a better system? 16th January 2013
Professor David Abulafia
Professor Jonathan Clark
Professor John Marenbon