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Review of Parliamentary boundaries in London – complications ahead for planning and engagement?

Last month the Boundary Commission for England made public its initial review of Parliamentary constituency boundaries in England. This forms part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies, implemented by the coalition government with the aim of reducing the total number of MPs to 600 (from 650) – or to 501 (from 533) in …

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Conservative Party Conference: Day two/three observations

OK. We admit it. Day two of the Conservative Conference merged far too seamlessly into day three. So we have merged our ‘daily’ blogs together too. Here are some thoughts from what we heard in the main conference hall and at fringe events from the Monday and Tuesday sessions. Housebuilding yet again to the fore …

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Conservative Party Conference: Day one observations

Nudge Factory has landed in Birmingham for Conservative Party Conference. 2016 has been a year like few others in terms of political activity and this week will see the new Prime Minister, Theresa May, and her team set out the direction of political travel for the near future. From post-Brexit strategy to domestic policy priorities, …

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May’s new Ministerial team: What does it tell us?

The dust is starting to settle following what must surely be one of the most tumultuous months in British politics. In the wake of the Brexit vote and subsequent Conservative Leadership election, Prime Minister May has just finished putting together her new Ministerial team. What can we learn from the shape of the new Government? …

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Conservative Leadership Elections: Why the Underdogs Bark Loudest

The last ‘favourite’ to win the Conservative Party leadership was arguably more than 60 years ago, when in 1955 Anthony Eden took over from Churchill as PM. Since then, under three different forms of leadership contest, those deemed to be front-runners in Conservative leadership contests have found themselves beaten by dark horses, or even complete …

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City Hall Insight: Mayor’s Question Time – 22 June 16

With Sadiq Khan newly elected to City Hall, Assembly meetings offer a good opportunity to assess which direction the Mayor’s administration is moving in, and which of the manifesto pledges are being prioritised. Today saw Sadiq Khan take part in his second Mayor’s Question Time (MQT). The dynamic of the new MQTs doesn’t seem as …

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Nudge Factory Signs up to Armed Forces Covenant

Today marks the start of Armed Forces Week, with Armed Forces Day taking place on Saturday 25th June. To coincide with these important events, Nudge Factory is proud to publically demonstrate our support for our servicemen and women, past and present, by signing up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant. By signing the Covenant, we …

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Shortlisted as ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ at Croydon Business Excellence Awards 2016

We are delighted to share the news our founder and Managing Partner, Ahzaz Chowdhury (Az), has been shortlisted for the Entrepreneur of the Year category in the Croydon Business Excellence Awards 2016. It is a fantastic local recognition of the growth and success he has brought to Nudge Factory since its beginnings in 2011. The …

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