Children with cancer can’t wait any longer
06 Dec 2016 – 10:09 | No Comment

The EU Paediatric Medicines Regulation has benefited a series of childhood diseases, yet only two innovative anti-cancer drugs have been authorised so far. Francoise Grossetete MEP analyses the impact of the legislation and points out …

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Is the UK Government living up to its Paris rhetoric?
30 Mar 2016 – 11:04
Is the UK Government living up to its Paris rhetoric?

The UK Government is committed to the Paris climate accord, yet last year’s General Election illustrates the difficulties that lie ahead. Will UK deliver on climate change?  Fabrice Leveque, Energy & Climate Specialist  and Imke …

DIGITIZING DEMOCRACY: How technology can help reinvigorate the bond between people and politics
28 Sep 2015 – 09:48
DIGITIZING DEMOCRACY: How technology can help reinvigorate the bond between people and politics

Following the lead of Estonia and Switzerland, will Britons get to vote online in 2020 General Election? While that might be one of the major outcomes of the The UK Parliamentary Commission on Digital Democracy, …

SOME OBSERVATIONS ABOUT UK WHISTLEBLOWING LEGISLATION
05 Mar 2014 – 10:21

By Professor David Lewis, Middlesex University
Health and safety disasters (for example, the sinking of the Herald of Free Enterprise and the Piper Alpha explosion), financial scandals (for example, at Maxwell pensions, Barlow Clowes, Barings Bank …

Developments in Northern Ireland, the wider UK and Ireland
25 Nov 2013 – 16:00
Developments in Northern Ireland, the wider UK and Ireland

By Dr John Coulter, political columnist with the Irish Daily Star and Tribune magazine

Northern Ireland has just endured a summer of hate as the peace process deteriorated into its most volatile state …

The UK Review of the Balance of EU Competences
25 Nov 2013 – 12:54
The UK Review of the Balance of EU Competences

By Dr Martyn Bond, Visiting Professor of European Politics and Policy at Royal Holloway, University of London

Much of the current public discussion of the UK’s role in the EU is based on very selective or …