5 years ago

There’s no such thing as a free lunch

Post general election thoughts from Labour in the City Secretary, Nick Smith. This is the first time I’ve ever felt bad voting Labour.  There are many reasons for this but mainly because of what the party has come to represent, and how it’s no longer a viable candidate to run the country. I’ve seen the party change considerably in the past few years.  While we’re good at recruiting activists this…

5 years ago

Desperate policies drowned out good ideas

Reflections on the general election from Labour in the City COO, Andrew Clark The binary nature of the bitter, hungover post-election argument in the Labour Party is dispiriting. Was it Brexit that lost it for us? The unpopular leader? The hostile media? An over-ambitious manifesto? Of course, it wasn’t one of these things – it was a bit of each. On Brexit, personally, I don’t blame the leadership for settling…

6 years ago

All the President’s Men

All the President’s Men When a colleague and I were discussing the salubrious goings-on at the President’s Club dinner revealed by the Financial Times, the 22-year old parliamentary researcher in our office raised his head and said “What? Is that a real thing?” I too would have assumed we were talking about a Mad Men episode. In the past four years I’ve worked on different projects with Labour in the…

9 years ago

Angela Eagle visits the City

Angela Eagle, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills joined Labour in The City for a series of meetings across the Square Mile in December. She spoke at a round table chaired by LiTC, which was attended by major banks, senior representatives from crowd funding, venture capital, Business Angels, as well as accountants and the business startup community. After that Angela visited the RISE business escalator in…

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