The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered experts for a panel discussion at the Labour Party conference, to address the social and economic value attached to a successful construction industry.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
At a New Statesman Labour fringe, Rebecca Long-Bailey and Bill Esterson criticised the government for holding British manufacturing back.
At a New Statesman and FSB Labour fringe, the Shadow Chancellor stated his preference for a general election over a “people’s vote”.
Factory design changed the world for good, and new types of factories are preparing to do so once again.
“Cobots” are filling factory floors. Should their human colleagues view them as an asset, or a threat to their livelihood?
The former deputy general secretary of Unite the Union claims the automotive industry is facing a triple threat.
The EEF's chief economist says UK manufacturing can compete on the global stage, but Westminster must be realistic, and prepared.
The Minister for Business and Industry believes British manufacturing is on the cusp of a renaissance.
A first look at this week's issue of Spotlight, free with the New Statesman.
Women are dramatically underrepresented in patents. Are they no good at inventing things?