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The public sector in the UK and in many other countries isn’t the scale it was at the time of the 2008 financial crisis. Austerity policies and cutbacks have reduced its role somewhat. Nevertheless Government spending still represents 40% of the British economy and the proportion is higher in many other EU nations. Public sector speakers explain the politics, economics and possible futures of the public sector at a time when public spending may be about to become in many ways more generous.
Anthony Browne is Policy Director for the Mayor of London's office, former director of think tank Policy Exchange, Health Editor, Environment Editor, Deputy Business Editor of the Observer, and Economics Correspondent for BBC TV and radio. He has wri... [more]
Sir Patrick Cormack is one of our longest serving Parliamentarians. Before entering Parliament, Sir Patrick was a schoolmaster, he continues to educate as Visiting Senior Lecturer at the University of Hull. For 8 years he was a team captain in the BB... [more]
Adrian Gilpin works with many of the world's leading organisations such as Royal Bank of Scotland, Prudential Property Investment Managers and Barclaycard. Through coaching their senior management teams he has helped them perform to the peak of their... [more]
Charles Leadbeater is a leading business speaker, authority on innovation and creativity, advising companies, cities and governments around the world on innovation strategy. His book We-think: the power of mass creativity, charts the rise of mass, pa... [more]
Allan Leighton is credited with the turnaround of Asda Stores Ltd which he joined in 1992, having developed his career at Mars Group. Following Wal-Mart's aquisition of Asda in 1999 he became President and CEO of Wal-Mart Europe until 2000. He was ch... [more]