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    Five things we learnt: Labour Party Conference 2015

    Thursday, 1 October 2015 Pagefield spent a few days in Brighton this week for some sun, sea and socialism at Labour Party conference 2015. Here Nathan Jones and Benjamin Winter report back on the...

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    Five things we learnt: Lib Dem Party Conference

    Wednesday, 23 September 2015 Pagefield's resident Liberal Democrats, Geoff Duggan and Fred Azis-Laranjo, were down in sunny Bournemouth over the last few days for the Lib Dem party conference. Here they explain five things...

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    Five things we learnt: Meet the Editor with Sarah Baxter

    Thursday, 17 September 2015 We hosted Sarah Baxter, Deputy Editor of the Sunday Times, last week in the latest instalment of our Meet The Editor series...

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    Pagefield PMQs

    Wednesday, 16 September 2015 Today saw Jeremy Corbyn’s first PMQs as the new Labour Leader. He had an instant impact: successfully managing to both alter the format, including questions from the public for the first time, and...

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    What if Corbyn wins?

    Wednesday, 9 September 2015 Josh Lambkin offers his thoughts and predictions on a potentially turbulent five years in Westminster should Jeremy Corbyn triumph on Saturday morning at the announcement of the result of the...

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    Politicians and the Beautiful Game – is it worth it?

    Wednesday, 26 August 2015 Marie Lorimer looks at the relationship between politicians and football and questions whether the risks of looking foolish are worth the rewards of looking like a 'one of the people'....

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    Pagefield Pageturners

    Friday, 21 August 2015 It’s been raining all week in London and with September just around the corner, we’re having to face the very real prospect that summer is drawing to an end (sob)....

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    Where next for Civil Society?

    Friday, 31 July 2015 Senior Executive Ben Winter looks at the defining questions over Civil Society's role in policy and public service delivery under a Conservative government....