Speech, by Lord Eatwell, to the House of Lords on the current economic situation
This is a copy of a speech, given to the House of Lords on Thursday 4th June 2020, by Lord Eatwell, Chair of the IPR Advisory Board. Motion to Consider. 1.10 pm. Moved by: Lord Eatwell. Lord Eatwell to move that the Virtual...
Hong Kong protesters shouldn't pin hopes on outsiders to solve their impasse with Beijing
Professor Bill Durodie is Chair of Risk and Security in International Relations in the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies at the University of Bath. The decision by the US House of Representatives to pass legalisation tightening up the scrutiny...
Universal Credit, Women and Gender Equality: A Retrograde Step?
Dr Rita Griffiths, IPR Research Fellow. Universal Credit (UC) is replacing six means-tested benefits and tax credits with a single monthly payment per claimant or jointly claiming couple. The UK government describes it as the most significant reform to social...