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A new Parliament and new Conservative Government presents many opportunities as well as potential threats. Our experience of working with Conservative administrations means that no-one is better placed than Connect to help you understand what is going on, build influence, connect with decision-makers, and achieve success. Our consultants provide expertise, honesty, and are passionate about politics.

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why connect?

Connect approaches political communications in an open, honest and collaborative way. Our clients stay with us because we go the extra mile. Our enthusiasm and creativity never dampens our professionalism. We achieve results and maintain our ethical approach.

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Lower carbon, cleaner air: joining up the climate change and air quality agendas

1 March 2016

Join LowCVP and the CAA to mark the start of an initiative to bring the climate change and air quality communities closer together and to help ensure that UK vehicle and transport fuel policy is most effectively oriented towards tackling these twin threats.

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English Devolution and the Northern Powerhouse? What does it really mean for you? – Feb 2016

17 February 2016

Now is the time to find out what the Northern Powerhouse and English Devolution really means for you and to get to grips with the detail of the political and policy implications of this Government priority. Our Connect trainers will help you to prepare for and understand the devolution agenda and explain how it is likely to impact on business, growth, investment, infrastructure and service delivery.

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The results are in, and the verdict is… good, but could do better

5 February 2016

This week the powerful Communities and Local Government Select Committee published its findings Devolution: the next five years and beyond after hearing evidence from a range of key devolution players including the interim Manchester mayor Tony Lloyd, Liverpool’s mighty mayor Joe Anderson, London’s Sir Eddie Lister, and Devo Minister James Wharton. What was the Committee’s verdict on the success of the Government’s devolution plans?
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