Tuesday September 22, 2020

Elections should put SMEs centre stage

Local and European election campaigns often have a peculiar quality.

11th May, 2014

Local and European election campaigns often have a peculiar quality. The local campaigns reflect a mixture of the electorate's view of the parties in government and on purely local issues. The European Parliament debate is also inevitably influenced by the public view of the government, but also wider EU policy questions, only some of which MEPs realistically have the opportunity to influence.

In these often confused arenas, it is important that the views of business...

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