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In conversation with: Caroline Flint

Charles again interviews a serious political actor – this time Caroline Flint MP – to learn about what got her into politics and what motivates and guides her now. Watch the interview here.

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In conversation with: Caroline Flint

Charles again interviews a serious political actor – this time Caroline Flint MP – to learn about what got her into politics and what motivates and guides her now. Watch the interview here.

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In conversation with: Norman Lamb

Norman Lamb MP, ex-minister and Lib Dem leadership hopeful, took part in a discussion with Charles at the University of East Anglia. Watch the event here.

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In conversation with: Norman Lamb

Norman Lamb MP, ex-minister and Lib Dem leadership hopeful, took part in a discussion with Charles at the University of East Anglia. Watch the event here.

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In conversation with: John Bercow

In another of the University of East Anglia’s “In Conversation With” series, Charles and speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow discussed the history and changing face of the institution. Watch the discussion here.

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In conversation with: John Bercow

In another of the University of East Anglia’s “In Conversation With” series, Charles and speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow discussed the history and changing face of the institution. Watch the discussion here.

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The challenge of political leadership symposium

Held at Churchill College, Cambridge, Charles took part in a one-day event on leadership in the modern day. Discussions were held on establishing the framework for good leadership, assessing it through time, and what particular challenges face aspiring political leaders

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The challenge of political leadership symposium

Held at Churchill College, Cambridge, Charles took part in a one-day event on leadership in the modern day. Discussions were held on establishing the framework for good leadership, assessing it through time, and what particular challenges face aspiring political leaders

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Who’s looking after the world?

Global instability and organised terror; mass flows of people across states; economic stagnation and environmental danger – the challenges of the 21st Century are enormous. Where are today’s sources of security and leadership going to come from? Charles Clarke discusses

Who’s looking after the world?

Global instability and organised terror; mass flows of people across states; economic stagnation and environmental danger – the challenges of the 21st Century are enormous. Where are today’s sources of security and leadership going to come from? Charles Clarke discusses

In conversation with Caroline Lucas

In the first post-election episode of “In Conversation”, Charles sits down with the Green Party’s first and only MP, Caroline Lucas. In the discussion, Caroline and Charles explore pluralism and the impact of Corbyn’s leadership on the Greens. This development

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In conversation with Caroline Lucas

In the first post-election episode of “In Conversation”, Charles sits down with the Green Party’s first and only MP, Caroline Lucas. In the discussion, Caroline and Charles explore pluralism and the impact of Corbyn’s leadership on the Greens. This development

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Clarke: local government needs a unitary revolution

Local authority structures are stuck in the twentieth-century, and have lost power to central government accordingly, Charles Clarke argues in this speech to the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives. To solve the problem, Charles advocates a mass move to

Clarke: local government needs a unitary revolution

Local authority structures are stuck in the twentieth-century, and have lost power to central government accordingly, Charles Clarke argues in this speech to the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives. To solve the problem, Charles advocates a mass move to

Corbyn is safe – for now

No convincing candidate nor programme exists for Labour moderates at the present time, argues Charles Clarke as he stresses the need for renewal among those who did not support Jeremy Corbyn in the recent Labour leadership race. Charles’ thoughts on

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Corbyn is safe – for now

No convincing candidate nor programme exists for Labour moderates at the present time, argues Charles Clarke as he stresses the need for renewal among those who did not support Jeremy Corbyn in the recent Labour leadership race. Charles’ thoughts on

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“New Trends in Government” forty four years on

Charles’ father, Sir Richard Clarke, was also a committed public servant, working as a permanent secretary and many other senior civil service roles. In 1971 he wrote a memo on the new challenges for government administration that became a minor

“New Trends in Government” forty four years on

Charles’ father, Sir Richard Clarke, was also a committed public servant, working as a permanent secretary and many other senior civil service roles. In 1971 he wrote a memo on the new challenges for government administration that became a minor

Inaugural Cambridge Science and Policy Conference: how can government make better use of the Humanities?

Marking fifty years since the death of Winston Churchill, Charles Clarke participated in a panel debate at the CSaP’s first conference, chaired by Dame Athene Donald, master of Churchill College, Cambridge. Along with Lord Peter Hennessey (historian, Queen Mary University),

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Inaugural Cambridge Science and Policy Conference: how can government make better use of the Humanities?

Marking fifty years since the death of Winston Churchill, Charles Clarke participated in a panel debate at the CSaP’s first conference, chaired by Dame Athene Donald, master of Churchill College, Cambridge. Along with Lord Peter Hennessey (historian, Queen Mary University),

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