Labour have claimed that the Government’s bus service reforms don’t go far enough and have promised big changes if they win the next general election.
The UKHSA 10-year Science Strategy sets out how the UK Government will prepare and respond to future health security hazards and current threats to save lives. The new plan, Securing health and prosperity, examines how the UK can utilise its scientific capabilities – including genomics, data science, and diagnostics – to reduce harm, protect livelihoods and strengthen the overall capacity of health security.
Achieving net zero emissions in the UK by 2050 is one of the Government’s top policy goals. Decarbonising transport will be difficult, with aviation presenting perhaps the biggest challenge.
Brevia Health has appointed Jonathan Mogford to its Advisory Board. Jonathan brings a career’s experience of health, life sciences and regulation, both nationally and internationally, including more than 10 years corporate executive leadership as Policy Director in the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), alongside wider experience in the Department of Health and Social Care, and the European Commission.
Health and Social Care Committee reports on autonomy and accountability of Integrated Care Systems (ICSs)
The Health and Social Care Committee has published a new report on Integrated Care Systems (ICSs), calling for the Government and NHS England to address key concerns if an opportunity to deliver real change is to be achieved.
Derby is the new Home of Great British Railways – What does this tell us about the Government’s intentions?
Derby has been chosen as the location for the new headquarters of Great British Railways, but what does this tell us about Government policy?
Brevia Energy has appointed Angela Love to its Advisory Board. Angela has worked in the energy sector for over 30 years holding senior roles at ScottishPower, the Energy Networks Association (ENA) and Elexon. Angela joins David Porter OBE on the Brevia Energy Advisory Board.
HM Treasury has now opened its submission portal for the Spring Budget 2023. Budget submissions are a valuable means of influencing government policy so organisations should make the most of this opportunity.
Brevia Consulting is providing a weekly round-up and analysis of the UK headlines. This week, read about Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s recent comments regarding the asylum backlog, the first day of nursing strikes, and the Bank of England raising the Bank Rate by 0.5 per cent.
Brevia Consulting is providing a weekly round-up and analysis of the UK headlines. This week, read about Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s response to ongoing public sector strikes, the publication of Gordon Brown’s report on constitutional reform, and the Government’s latest policy announcements on onshore wind and coal.
Brevia Consulting is providing a weekly round-up and analysis of the UK headlines. This week, read about the Business Secretary’s latest energy announcements, Tory rebellions over the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill, and Ian Blackford’s resignation as Leader of the Scottish National Party.
Brevia Consulting is providing a weekly round-up and analysis of the UK headlines. This week, read about the Supreme Court’s ruling on the issue of the Scottish Government legislating for a second independence referendum, recent criticism of the Home Office’s migration policy, and Gordon Brown’s soon to be published review into constitutional reform.