The hub hosts Interel’s election guide – a comprehensive look at every aspect of the election and party politics ahead of May 2015, with insights about the implications for business.
It includes analysis and policy briefings from the company’s team of in-house experts, exploring the key battlegrounds, how the election will affect the UK’s relationship with Europe and what it means for the country’s regions. There is also detailed, sector specific, policy-by-policy analysis setting out what each of the main parties will do and where the potential coalition red lines will be.
The site will be updated daily with the latest polls and insights, alongside weekly blogs on the latest political developments, with in-depth analysis and comment.
Alongside the launch, Interel is also announcing the first in a series of pre-election breakfast briefings, kicking off with a transport briefing on the 14th January with two former transport ministers; the Tories’ Stephen Hammond MP and Labour’s Tom Harris MP. Details of this and further breakfast events will be published on InterelInsight.com
This is going to be the closest British election in living memory and the stakes are high. At this stage the result is too close to call and the polls suggest we could be entering a new era of coalition politics.
Against a challenging economic backdrop, with big constitutional change on the horizon, both within the UK and in terms of its relationship with Europe, understanding the political and policy landscape and navigating it, will be absolutely critical for business.