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  • = Key Development Monday 24th November
  • 17:29 House of Lords Business Lords Business

    17:29 | Lords Business | PoliticsHome Lords Business

    Lords Chamber 3.00pm: Oral questions, to ask the government: - What action they are taking to address the United Kingdom gender gap, in the light of the World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap Report 2014 (Baroness Hughes of Stretford,... Continue to article

  • 17:01 In Brief Events

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    Home Secretary Theresa May speaks at a Women’s Aid event in the House of Commons (4:00pm) Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has announced further roll out of universal credit Crime Prevention Minister Lynne Featherstone pu... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 17th November
  • 17:17 In Brief Events

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    Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at the international investment conference in Newport and is due to announce investment into the Welsh rail network. Wales Secretary Stephen Crabb is also expected to speak Chancellor George Osborne is... Continue to article

  • 17:17 In Brief Events

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    Polling stations for the Rochester and Strood by-election are open until 10:00pm. Results are expected on Friday morning. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond visits Latvia Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander hosts a discussio... Continue to article

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    Chancellor George Osborne speaks at the Newspaper Conference’s annual lunch in London Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt speaks at the Foundation Trust Network conference in Liverpool (2:00pm) Business Secretary Vince Cable speaks at the As... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 10th November
  • 16:38 In Brief Events

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    Energy Secretary Ed Davey speaks at the RenewableUK conference in Manchester (10:35am) Environment Secretary Liz Truss speaks at the Northern Farming Conference 2014 in Northumberland Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and Armed Forces ... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 3rd November
  • 16:00 In Brief Events

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    Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond speaks at the CityUK annual dinner at Mansion House (6:45pm) Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey attends an Enterprise Forum round table discussion in London on energy  Environment, Food and R... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 20th October
  • 16:26 In Brief Events

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    International Development Secretary Justine Greening travels to Sierra Leone with the Royal Army Medical Corps as a part of the UK's response to the Ebola epidemic Childcare Minister Sam Gyimah speaks at a Policy Exchange event in London... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 30th September
  • 15:53 Transcript: Conservatives: Nicky Morgan address to Conservative party conference Transcripts

    Conservatives: Nicky Morgan address to Conservative party conference Transcripts

    Conference, we’ve come a long way haven’t we?   As a party… As a government…. As a country.   I remember when I spoke at my first party conference 24 years ago. It was 1990. October.   We faced conflict in the Middle East. A tough election ... Continue to article

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  • = Key Development Friday 25th November
  • 17:14 Story (2 links): Chancellor should use credit easing to boost SMEs

    PoliticsHome Chancellor should use credit easing to boost SMEs Story View links

    George Osborne should use credit easing to change the lending landscape for British business, according to a Tory backbencher. Sam Gyimah says that in the autumn statement, the Chancellor "has the opportunity to go much further than stimulating lending to business in the short term and to deal with the deep-seated problem which is that our banking sector in too concentrated and uncompetitive - credit easing could go ‘beyond the banks’ to unlock news pools of capital to finance UK SME's".

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Chancellor should use credit easing to boost SMEs

George Osborne should use credit easing to change the lending landscape for British business, according to a Tory backbencher. Sam Gyimah says that in the autumn statement, the Chancellor "has the opportunity to go much further than stimulating lending to business in the short term and to deal with the deep-seated problem which is that our banking sector in too concentrated and uncompetitive - credit easing could go ‘beyond the banks’ to unlock news pools of capital to finance UK SME's".


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