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Has the pharmaceutical industry developed short-sightedness?
23 June 2015
The reputation of the pharmaceutical industry has been a subject of great debate in recent years facing challenges associated with a perceived lack of transparency, rigid pricing structures, declining R&D productivity and a spate of mergers and acquisitions. Here Michael Granleese explores the impact on public perceptions of the industry across the globe.
What next for housing’s ‘retail offer’?
22 May 2015
With the benefit of hindsight it is easy to say that the election didn’t have the feel of a ‘change election’. Ben Marshall, Director of Ipsos MORI blogs for 24dash.com
When did we stop worrying about crime?
20 May 2015
Crime has fallen in voters' list of concerns just as fewer incidents are being reported. Are we entering a golden age of tranquility on Britain's streets, or is something else going on? Joe Hitchcock blogs for politics.co.uk.
PPCs toe the line on the EU
7 May 2015
Katie Harris writes about a recent Ipsos survey of potential parliamentary candidates (PPCs) that reveals some interesting parallels, as well as discrepancies, between hopeful candidates and incumbent members of the same political parties on the subject of the EU.
TTIPing over the edge
7 May 2015
For all the debate, how do MPs really feel about TTIP? Carl Phillips digs into some data from December 2014.