New Policy Commissions

Last year the National Policy Forum has seven policy commissions covering the major areas of policy. This year a new list of eight commissions has been established. Each member will be allocated to one commission which will continue its work preparing policies for the manifesto until the next General Election.

I am hoping to be allocated to either the International or the Economy Commission. Here is the list with the areas which they will cover.

NPF Policy Commission

Policy areas covered

Economy, Business and Trade

 

Economic and business policy, including taxation, industrial strategy, and international trade.

 

International

 

Foreign policy, international development, defence, and Britain’s future relationship with Europe.

 

Health and Social Care

 

The NHS, mental health, public health and social care.

 

Early Years, Education & Skills

 

 

Education, training and skills from childhood through to adulthood, including further and higher education. 

 

Justice and Home Affairs

 

Policing, the justice system, immigration and asylum, and political and constitutional reform.

 

Housing, Local Government and Transport

 

Communities and Local Government; Housing; Transport

 

Work, Pensions and Equality

 

Social security, workplaces, poverty, and the wider equalities agenda.

Environment, Energy and Culture

 

The environment, food and rural affairs, energy and climate change, culture, media, the creative industries, tourism, heritage and sport.

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