The wisdom of crowds?
Hopes and fears ahead of the 2015 General Election
07 April 2015
22 September 2017
Policy and Public Affairs
We asked a number of individuals and bodies covering a spectrum of opinion within and outside financial services, to set out their hopes and fears for the forthcoming General Election.
We decided to repeat an exercise we undertook in 2010. This is not meant to be a collective manifesto, nor a set of CII-endorsed calls for action. Rather, it is an attempt to gather a wide variety of thoughts and concerns to amplify, and hopefully enlighten, the debate over the next few weeks that might otherwise be overshadowed by the inevitable "big" election themes that would dominate the public airwaves and online debates.
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