Tag Archives: South East LEP

Sussex needs linking up for COVID and our economy


There currently seems to be several widely adopted arguments which could be applied to help form some concept of a regional connection across the whole of Sussex by Councils, MPs and other groups of agencies such as businesses and the … Continue reading

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We need a joined up Industrial Strategy


When the coalition came to power they invoked, like many changes of political power before them, a flurry of change, sweeping away the structures of their predecessors. Everything went in the bin, both the things that were not helping society … Continue reading

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A fascinating line up


Snap shots can be very misleading and it is perhaps unfair to criticise public leaders for their identity. White middle class, middle aged (or older) men cannot help being so, I am one. However leaders of local Government and business partnerships are … Continue reading

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Government policies are a barrier to economic growth


It is not hard to find evidence of MPs who do not understand the realities of life in their own constituencies, but in this case a much deeper issue lies behind the comments. A month ago MP for Peterborough Stewart Jackson took … Continue reading

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