Scientists for Labour respond to One Nation Labour’s Plan for Science – 11 July 2014

by Liam Byrne | 11.07.14 | in: Economics, Labour's future, National news, Uncategorized, Universities, Science & Skills, Westminster

 

Dear Friends,

 

The consultation on our recently published green paper on science continues. Yesterday it was great to see Scientists for Labour publish their response ‘Policy Plan’ which can be read here. The publication is accompanied by a piece in Progress Online by Mike Galsworthy of SfL which can read here.

 

The consultation on One Nation Labour’s plan for science, which can be read here, is open until 1 August and throughout this consultation Labour will be listening to researchers, businesses and voices across the science community. I look forward to reading more fascinating responses such as this one.

 

If you would like to feed in to Labour’s science policy please send your views on the Green Paper to Charlie.samuda@parliament.uk by 1st August

 

With all best wishes

 

Liam

 

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