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General Election 2015

Publication date:

23 April 2015

Last updated:

22 September 2017

This year's General Election is the most keenly contested in a generation, with host of outcomes still possible. The CII has produced a number of election related publications for members ahead of vote on 7 May.

Our General Election 2015 series includes a run down of the parties' manifestos, a collection of thoughts from our sector on what an incoming government should address in relation to financial services and our Skills Manifesto 2015. This page will continue to be updated, in particular to cover the aftermath of the election and what it might mean for our sector.

 

General Election manifesto briefing

With the General Election campaign now in full swing, the parties have published their manifestos. They set out the respective programmes for government. However, given the possible outcome of a hung Parliament, they represent the starting point for any coalition negotiations. Our briefing privides an overview of the manifestos and focuses on policy proposals relating to our profession.

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Wisdom of crowds? Hopes and fears ahead of the General Election

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.

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CII Skills Manifesto 2015 

We have identified five policy issues that an incoming government will need to tackle if the UK is to develop and maintain the skills base required to compete on the global stage.

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This document is believed to be accurate but is not intended as a basis of knowledge upon which advice can be given. Neither the author (personal or corporate), the CII group, local institute or Society, or any of the officers or employees of those organisations accept any responsibility for any loss occasioned to any person acting or refraining from action as a result of the data or opinions included in this material. Opinions expressed are those of the author or authors and not necessarily those of the CII group, local institutes, or Societies.

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