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When it comes to TV debates, Cameron is no coward – he’s calculating 6 March 2015 When it comes to the leaders' debates, Cameron is doing the same as prime ministers past writes Roger Mortimore in The Conversation. When it comes to TV debates, Cameron is no coward – he’s calculating
Everyone is confused, at least according to Richard Thaler 6 March 2015 The recent exchange between Peter Ubel and Richard Thaler acted as a welcome and helpful comment on a common lack of clarity around behavioural terms writes Chris Perry in his latest blog. Everyone is confused, at least according to Richard Thaler
Is the answer really 42? 26 February 2015 In her latest blog - Tara Beard-Knowland looks at the importance of Brand Purpose, and how it must resonate at all levels – me, my world, the wider world. Is the answer really 42?
Ipsos Launches Ipsos Connect for Brand Communication, Advertising and Media Services 26 February 2015 Ipsos is pleased to announce the launch of Ipsos Connect, a global specialized business to coordinate Ipsos’ services in the domains of Brand Communication, Advertising and Media. Ipsos Connect amalgamates the legacy brands of Ipsos ASI and Ipsos MediaCT. Ipsos Launches Ipsos Connect for Brand Communication, Advertising and Media Services
Where does the public stand on devolution? 25 February 2015 Matthew Bristow of Ipsos MORI North blogs on attitudes towards devolution of powers to the English regions. Where does the public stand on devolution?
Concern, Not Criticism, Was the Public's Response to A&E This Winter 20 February 2015 With the papers full of stories about A&E this winter, and last week's Issues Index showing the NHS top of people concerns, Harry Evans blogs for Huffington Post on what the polls are telling us. Concern, Not Criticism, Was the Public's Response to A&E This Winter
The Home Front: why housing will be a key general election battleground 10 February 2015 New Ipsos MORI research shows how important housing is as an electoral issue. So what next for policymakers? The Home Front: why housing will be a key general election battleground
Google Glass – Dead, but not buried 2 February 2015 In this blog MediaCT's Stephen Johnson discusses Google Glass and the product testing. Google Glass – Dead, but not buried
Campaigning for Housing 30 January 2015 Ipsos MORI's Ben Marshall blogs on the challenges we still face in pushing the housing crisis to the top of the public and political agenda. Campaigning for Housing
What role for Britain on the world stage? 29 January 2015

In a world where economic growth and the ability to project military power dictates international standing, more and more Britain finds herself struggling to be heard. Rebecca Writer-Davies looks at what MPs think Britain's role might be on the world stage.

What role for Britain on the world stage?
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