Downtown in Business will host an exclusive parliamentary reception in association with Leeds and Manchester City Councils.
The number of MPs standing down at the next election is growing. The number lining up to replace them is in decline. Why is politics no longer seen as the attractive career choice it once was?
How could a new government start to turn the UKs fortunes around? Frank McKenna offers some ideas.
Despite all the trials and tribulations suffered by the Conservative Party, and the country, since the 2019 election, Frank McKenna still thinks a hung parliament is the most likely outcome following the next national poll, expected in 2024.
Take a look at our recent Parliamentary Reception and why we joined business and political leaders to highlight need for an undergrouund HS2 station at Manchester Piccadilly.
‘GOING UNDERGROUND – THE £330M ANNUAL DIVIDEND IF WE GET HS2 RIGHT’ Downtown in Business, in partnership with Manchester City Council and United City, is… Read More »Manchester Business Leaders’ Parliamentary Reception
Former Transport Minister, Lord Andrew Adonis, will be addressing Downtown’s Transport, Infrastructure & Construction Parliamentary Reception.
The Speaker of the House, Lindsay Hoyle, will be the guest of honour at the Downtown in Business Parliamentary Reception, which takes place on the evening of Monday 18th October at the Palace of Westminster.
In his latest blog, Frank McKenna says there is an urgent need for a constitutional shake-up in the UK, as the governments Brexit shambles goes from bad to worse.