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Five questions business leaders should ask before they speak out on Brexit 26 May 2016 With just four weeks to go until referendum day, Milorad Ajder of the Ipsos Reputation Centre looks at our recent research and asks: should you be taking a public stance? Five questions business leaders should ask before they speak out on Brexit
Brexit and the UK pharma industry 24 May 2016 Eleanor Biggs of Ipsos Healthcare asks what Brexit could mean for the UK pharmaceutical industry in PharmExec.com. Brexit and the UK pharma industry
The signs that David Cameron could win another election – if he wanted to 23 May 2016 While polls indicate voters are concerned about the government’s economic management, they don’t think Labour would do any better, writes Ben Page in the Spectator. The signs that David Cameron could win another election – if he wanted to
Is sugar-free the answer to the war on sugar? 16 May 2016 Natalie Kearse of Ipsos UU writes for FoodBev Media on how food manufacturers can respond to the 'war on sugar'. Is sugar-free the answer to the war on sugar?
Interesting times ahead for all parties in the Scottish Parliament 11 May 2016 Ipsos MORI Scotland director Mark Diffley takes a look at the Scottish Parliament election results in Holyrood magazine. Interesting times ahead for all parties in the Scottish Parliament
Who Will Win the Race to Treat NASH? 9 May 2016 Dr. Sabina Heinz and Victoria Allan write for Pharma Exec on our research into NASH (Non Alcoholic Steato Hepatitis) and ask where the biggest buzz around the pipeline products is. Who Will Win the Race to Treat NASH?
Despite this being first campaign to debate the Scottish parliament’s new powers, voters do not want them to be used in any radical way 28 April 2016 Ipsos MORI Scotland director Mark Diffley suggests in Holyrood magazine, that Scotland may now be entering a period of political and electoral stability. Despite this being first campaign to debate the Scottish parliament’s new powers, voters do not want them to be used in any radical way
Pity the Millennials : The young aren’t revolting any more 25 April 2016 Ben Page, writing in The Pavlovic Today, looks at generational differences to find out that the young aren’t revolting any more. Pity the Millennials : The young aren’t revolting any more
COP21: Putting the climate agreement into action: do the public support it? 22 April 2016

Alexandra Palmqvist Aslaksen and Darren Fleetwood look at how salient an issue climate change is for the public and consider whether the UK government has a public mandate for taking forward the Paris climate agreement.

COP21: Putting the climate agreement into action: do the public support it?
What does the GP Patient Survey tell us about people with long term mental health conditions? 22 April 2016 Rachel Burkitt looks at what the GP Patient Survey (GPPS) data reveals about patients reporting a long-term mental health condition. What does the GP Patient Survey tell us about people with long term mental health conditions?
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