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September 15, 2019

Campaign for Conservative Democracy (CCD) call for Tory candidate selection reform

The Campaign for Conservative Democracy (CCD) has published a joint letter to the Conservative Party Chairman, James Cleverly MP, calling for reform of the Party’s parliamentary […]
September 13, 2019

Parliament’s five-week shutdown begins

The UK parliament has been officially suspended for five weeks, with the countdown to the 31st October Brexit deadline ticking down. Parliament was suspended – or prorogued […]
August 20, 2019

Overall Market Declines, Yet UK Online Gaming Yield Rising

As the overall gaming market declines, the online sector continues to grow.
June 28, 2019

Labour Party Seeks to Appoint Gambling Ombudsman

Labour Party proposals to regulate the industry will protect consumers not cripple the industry.
June 7, 2019

Letter: Give members say or witness decimation by Brexit Party

Tory grassroots chief, Bob Perry, writes to Tory MPs stressing the total collapse in trust among the Tory membership and urging MPs not to prevent Brexit leadership candidates from making final two or risk dire consequences from Brexit Party threat.
April 25, 2019

UK must show leadership on Turkmenistan’s human rights atrocities

It's time for the UK to show global leadership on Turkmenistan’s human rights abuses, says Comment Central.
March 28, 2019

Brexit’s potential effects on the UK iGaming Industry

Brexit will affect every industry within the UK, including iGaming.
January 31, 2019

Britain’s promising but unpredictable labour market

With Brexit looming, what does the future hold for Britain’s unpredictable labour market?
December 4, 2018

Questions about the Open Dialogue Foundation

The UK sees itself at the forefront of fighting corruption. If that’s to remain the case then we need to be prepared to ask difficult questions about funding for NGOs, argues Comment Central.
November 13, 2018

iGaming’s booming future: what can we expect?

Comment Central explores the thunderous growth in iGaming, the industry’s future and prospective flashpoints over the coming decade.
September 7, 2018

Drug approval gives me a headache

The UK’s drug approval process is overly bureaucratic, stifles innovation and hinders patient access to life saving medicine. Reform is needed; Australia is leading the way.
July 30, 2018

Values, not economics, define Britain’s new politics

The new motivations of voters mean that a soft Brexit will spell doom for the Conservatives in spite of the fear of Corbyn
June 22, 2018

Panel Event: Are we failing our military veterans?

We are delighted to invite you to Comment Central's inaugural event this Wednesday (27th June), in Parliament discussing veterans' rights.
March 16, 2018

Why we still need austerity

Responsible spending is essential to the Conservatives' pitch to voters, they shouldn't abandon it now
November 27, 2017

WTO 2.0 is the way to go

In the event of a 'no deal', an adjusted ‘hard Brexit’ WTO option, or ‘WTO 2.0’ would be an equitable holding point for both sides, says William Walter.
July 13, 2017

EVENT TONIGHT: Westminster black-tie boat party

Leading Westminster think-tank, Parliament Street, invites you to join them for a 'night on the Thames' as they celebrate their fifth anniversary. 
December 27, 2016

Merry Christmas and happy new year!

On behalf of the whole team here at Comment Central, we'd like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.
November 24, 2016

Thatcherism lightens JAM’s load

Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement puts the Government’s promise to serve all in jeopardy.
September 12, 2016

Black Lives Matter is no cure to racial division

Black Lives Matter’s campaign of division and social separation will do nothing to improve racial equality, argues Comment Central.
September 5, 2016

Competition key to curbing striking quacks

The junior doctor pay dispute is a symptom of the uncompetitive nature of our country’s health service, argues Comment Central.
August 30, 2016

Clip Sir Humphrey’s wings to Brexit

Despite progress, the civil service must be further reformed if we are to see Brexit successfully delivered.
August 21, 2016

Babies are the real gender pay criminals

Babies, not the private sector, are the real villains behind the gender pay gap crime, argues Comment Central.
August 10, 2016

Roll on the grammar school revolution

While there are legitimate concerns regarding grammar schools, being opposed to the principle of academic selection is misguided, argues Comment Central.
August 5, 2016

Nationalisation is no antidote to rail woes

Corbyn is misguided if he believes nationalisation is the antidote to the rail network’s woes, says Comment Central.
August 2, 2016

#boycottbyron hits restaurant staff hardest

The real losers from #boycottbyron will be the restaurant’s employees, says Comment Central.
July 26, 2016

The five best political documentaries. Ever.

Comment Central lists the five best political documentaries ever made.
July 18, 2016

Integration key to preventing Nice attacks

The terror attack in Nice highlights France’s alarming inability to socially integrate its immigrant communities, argues Comment Central.
July 10, 2016

May lacks Thatcher’s vision

Theresa May lacks the Iron Lady’s clear ideological vision, argues Comment Central.
July 7, 2016

A Tory coronation would be bad for the country

Andrea Leadsom is right. A Conservative leadership coronation would be bad for the party and bad for the country, says Comment Central.
June 29, 2016

Not a very British performance, Mr Farage.

Nigel Farage’s goading of European Parliamentarians yesterday morning was unedifying, undignified and un-British, writes Comment Central.
June 27, 2016

Seven tests to stop Brexit turning into Iraq

Comment Central sets out seven areas of economic and political uncertainty that Brexit campaigners need to answer.
June 24, 2016

David Cameron Resigns

Full transcript of Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation speech.
June 21, 2016

Jean-Claude Junker’s Barmy EU Army

It was NATO that prevented Soviet tanks rolling through the Fulda Gap, not the European Union, says Comment Central.
June 8, 2016

‘Europe in Crisis’ exposes extremist threat

A new documentary has been produced, which exposes the extremist threat facing Europe.
April 15, 2016

Brexit: the economics

Determining the economic implications of Britain withdrawing from the European Union is almost as politically charged as the decision itself.
August 4, 2015

Drug approval bureaucracy is a killer

The UK’s drug approval process is overly bureaucratic, stifles innovation and hinders patient access to life saving medicine. Reform is needed; Australia is leading the way.
May 5, 2015

Farage’s last stand

A Farage victory in Thanet South would be a disaster for the Cameroons. 
January 21, 2015

No one was ever forced to read Page 3

Yesterday’s execution of Page 3 by the management of The Sun is a victory for the militant feminists and a defeat for the right to individual choice and expression.
December 4, 2014

University is not the only route to a career

The Chancellor’s pledge to extend employer National Insurance exemptions to include apprentices under the age of 25 should be commended. 
November 4, 2014

Germany remains ahead on apprenticeships

We have made great progress on apprenticeships over the last three years, but the truth is that Germany still puts us to shame.
September 21, 2014

A Scottish lesson for Eurosceptics

To be successful, those advocating Britain’s withdrawal from Europe must learn from the shortcomings of the Scottish ‘Yes’ campaign.
September 13, 2014

Time for apprenticeships to graduate

Despite the recent positive economic news, youth unemployment remains a significant challenge.
June 19, 2014

Osborne’s FCA threatens a nascent industry

Recent regulations imposed on the crowdfunding industry threaten to unnecessarily impede an innovative and nascent industry, writes Comment Central.
April 18, 2014

Toronto’s Rob Ford, Boris, Farage. Authenticity is all.

The political class as we know it is living on borrowed time. Revolution is in the air, says Comment Central.
January 18, 2014

The minimum wage is a tax on jobs

The Government should be working to reduce barriers to job creation, not helping to erect them.
October 15, 2013

A nation of 40-year-old virgins

Only by making mistakes do we gain invaluable experiences that allow us to traverse the precarious path from adolescence to adulthood.
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