Tag: 2013/14

In Defence of the Union – Ruairidh Ferguson

A year from now, Scotland will vote in a referendum to decide whether to stay within the United Kingdom or become an independent state. But many Conservatives, particularly in the younger generation, are reluctant to defend Scotland’s place in the Union. After all, what possible benefit does the Conservative Party have to gain from standing… Read more »

Medical Research and the Economy: The Case for Investment – Louisa Townson

The economy currently represents the biggest challenge to European governments. UK Policy makers are constantly called upon to stimulate growth, create jobs and boost prosperity, all while addressing a crippling budget deficit. As a consequence, the medical sciences industry finds itself under increased pressure to justify its slice of the budget, at a time when… Read more »