18.11.2019

ACCA: four areas for election focus

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ACCA: four areas for election focus

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With the recently announced General Election taking place in the coming weeks prior to Christmas, there will be many challenges as well as opportunities facing both politicians but also the voters.

There are four key areas that will dominate the elections:
1. Brexit
2. Climate change
3. Vocational eductaion
4. Economic growth.

There is a clear urgency to resolve the ongoing Brexit saga, which for whoever candidate ends up taking the reins, this will be their initial main focus.

Click on the link below to read the full article:
https://www.cityam.com/four-areas-that-the-next-government-must-focus-on/
  • brexit
  • general election

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