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Events - November 2020

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  • SMEs, growth, and the recovery: what role do SMEs have in the economic recovery and boosting growth?

    The Covid-19 pandemic and resulting economy crisis have had a major impact on global trade and the businesses that drive it. As the UK enters a second lockdown, support from the government to all businesses, and especially SMEs, is essential as they try to get through this month and recover from the first lockdown. Between furlough and redundancy, supply chain issues and using debt to maintain cash flow levels, there are a lot of barriers SMEs are facing right now to survive and thrive.
    SMEs, growth, and the recovery: what role do SMEs have in the economic recovery and boosting growth?
  • Post-Brexit UK prosperity: a focus on Trade and Domestic Regulatory Policy

    The Centre for Policy Studies and Global Economic Neural Networks are delighted to invite you to a virtual event on the future of UK trade and regulation post-Brexit.
    Post-Brexit UK prosperity: a focus on Trade and Domestic Regulatory Policy
  • CapX Live: the Secret Life of Special Advisers

    Who are the mysterious special advisers who walk the corridors of power, wielding influence and driving policy? The SpAd is a special breed: media advisors, policy wonks, political fixers and, occasionally fashion tipsters to our most powerful politicians. Until recently, Peter Cardwell was one of their number, working side by side with ministers in three different Whitehall departments at a time of massive political upheaval. His funny, fascinating new book, The Secret Life of Special Advisers, lifts the lid on a largely unknown area of British political life.Join Peter and CapX's editor John Ashmore for a free CapX Live webinar this Thursday.
    CapX Live: the Secret Life of Special Advisers
  • Dr Frank Luntz explores how America voted, and what it means for the country's future

    The race for the White House is finally coming to an end. After an incredibly tumultuous election, with victories being claimed without credibility, a recount demanded in Wisconsin and lawsuits being filed in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia about the ballot process and counting standards, the result is imminent and all eyes across the globe are on this crucial outcome for American democracy and foreign policy.The Centre for Policy Studies is delighted to welcome Dr. Frank Luntz to discuss the outcomes of this election and the implications of the actions from both campaigns for both America and the wider world.
    Dr Frank Luntz explores how America voted, and what it means for the country's future
  • In conversation with: Andrew Sullivan on the US election

    Andrew Sullivan is one of America's most experienced and influential political commentators and authors. He recently joined Robert Colvile to review the 2020 US election and discuss how the result will shape domestic and global politics.
    In conversation with: Andrew Sullivan on the US election