Global Britain Podcast: Lieutenant General Phil Jones

Following an incredible series of events at the at the Big Tent Ideas Festival 2018, the Coalition is collaborating with the Big Tent again to ask: What does “Global Britain” actually mean?

In this first full-length episode, our CEO Theo Clarke talks to Lieutenant General Phil Jones about what Global Britain means to him.

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Global Britain Podcast: Britain as A Force For Good

Following an incredible series of events at the at the Big Tent Ideas Festival 2018, the Coalition is collaborating with the Big Tent again to ask: What does “Global Britain” actually mean?

In this short introductory episode, our CEO Theo Clarke gives a quick introduction to the podcast series, every episode of which can be found here, along with links to your favourite podcast providers.

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The Coalition at Labour Party Conference 2018

The Coalition for Global Prosperity kicked off conference season in Liverpool for Labour Party Conference. Alongside Bond and the Labour Campaign for International Development (LCID), the Coalition co-hosted the annual international development rally to a packed room.

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Theo Clarke
Should Charity Begin & End at Home? | Theo Clarke

This party conference season, Brexit is set to continue to dominate conversation and regardless of how you voted in the referendum, most will agree this is a historic moment for the UK, forcing us to redefine our place in the world and what kind of country we want to be.

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Theresa May is right to focus on post-Brexit trading opportunities in Africa | Theo Clarke

This week we have seen the Prime Minister, and her dance moves, splashed across our front pages as she makes her first official visit to Africa. Preparing Britain for life post-Brexit, Theresa May is attempting to woo the continent and build on the UK and Africa’s historical relationship. She has announced that she wants the UK to be the G7’s number one investor in Africa by 2022. This is certainly an ambitious agenda but one that I welcome and believe is achievable through a focus on both trade and aid.

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