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Power to Change Capitalism for Good: Debate on the IPPR Economic Justice Report

by Liam Byrne | 11.09.18 | in: Video

Liam Byrne MP speaks at a debate on the new IPPR report available here: https://www.ippr.org/cej

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Research: Bill of Data Rights – Speech in committee stage of the Data Protection Bill

by Liam Byrne | 30.08.18 | in: Research | Tags:

Let me start with the argument for a Bill of Data Rights. Every so often we have to try to democratise both progress and protections. In this country we are the great writers of rights—we have been doing it since Magna Carta. Over the years, the universal declaration of human rights, the UN convention on […]

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Ayes to the Left Podcast: The Collapse of the Centre Left

by Liam Byrne | 10.07.18

Across Europe the centre left is in trouble. Of the 28 EU states only six have a left-wing government and most of those are minority administrations.In the last elections the workers party in Holland came eighth.In the French elections the socialist party’s Benoit Hamon came fifth with 6% of the vote.It is a similar story […]

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Research: The Rules Based Order Meets the New Silk Road: Britain and China in the 21st Century

by Liam Byrne | 10.07.18 | in: China, Economics, Featured, Foreign Policy, Research | Tags: , ,

Speech to Bath University, Monday 2nd July 2018 Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP   DOWNLOAD HERE Thank you very much for inviting me to speak today. It’s a great pleasure to escape the turmoil of the capital for the calm of your campus, for a discussion about what lies ahead. Not in the hours to […]

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East Birmingham’s Potential – Peter Brett Associates report

by Liam Byrne | 09.07.18 | in: Constituency news, Economics, Featured, Hodge Hill, Local News | Tags: ,

Read Peter Brett associates’ report on the baseline conditions of East Birmingham and North Solihull and the untapped potential in place.

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Automation Infographics

by Harry Kind | 07.06.18

  Future Advocacy’s heat map of the results Heatmap UK FoW Infogram

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Automation risk by 2030s for English Constituencies

by Harry Kind | 07.06.18 | in: RedShift, Research

  Jobs at high risk of automation by 2030 across English parliamentary constituencies Average no. jobs at risk Proportion of jobs at risk Total jobs at high risk Conservative Constituencies 14,014 30.7% 4,077,960 Labour Constituencies 15,142 30.3% 3,452,451 All English Constituencies 14,435 30.5% 7,766,225 The Impact of AI in UK Constituencies, October 2017, Future Advocacy

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