Essentially, the Solvency 2 regulations make it difficult for our pensions and insurance firms to invest in long-term, secure, fixed assets in the UK.
Posts Tagged: Party Conferences
The auditorium may be dull but the fringe is not – as questions from our past haunt the future, such as: will the productivity gains come?
Our panel discuss the Government’s drive to unlock hundreds of billions of pounds from UK investors to fund housing, infrastructure and industry.
Plus Hands, Barclay, Keegan, Freeman, Davison, Jenrick and more – in person and live online.
Kwasi Kwarteng, the Business Secretary, answers questions from the FSB and ConservativeHome.
WATCH LIVE: The return of the city – how do we build back better and sustainably for urban communities?
Neil O’Brien, Rachael Robathan and Chris Hogwood give their thoughts on what the future holds for urban centres.
Griffith and Hands join an expert panel to ask: what happens after COP26?
Michael Gove, Claire Coutinho, Guy Opperman, Jerome Mayhew and Nick Timothy join our panel.
Hear the remarkable story of the first North Korean to stand for democratic election in this country, and her escape from dictatorship.
Against a post-pandemic background of shortages, prices rises and higher taxes, how much protest will there be over the growing size of the state?
This book tells you more about the demographics of party members than anything you will hear from the usual commentators.
Plus: virtual conferences are the way of the future. America’s vice-presidential debate worked. And: Fox deserved better from his WTO campaign.
Six members of Cabinet, more than 70 speakers, in 18 events, over three days, makes for over 22 hours of top-flight political insight and debate.
WATCH: Conservative Home at Party Conference. The Business Conversation with Sharma on small firms in the UK
The event was held in partnership with the Federation of Small Businesses – and discussed how make small business the centre of a post-Covid UK.
The Prime Minister’s full text. He says that, like Churchill’s wartime government, his is sketching out a vision of a new Jerusalem
“We are resolving not to go back to 2019, but…to create the conditions for a dynamic recovery that is led not by the state but by free enterprise.”