George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP
George Freeman MP

The New Frontier: Genetic Medicine and Patients’ Rights

Ten years ago the UK was home to one of the great breakthroughs in the story of mankind. The first human genome was sequenced – at the Sanger Centre a mile to the South of Cambridge. The ‘code of life’ – the sequence of DNA embedded in the nucleus of every human cell which codes for the proteins which assemble and control every function of the human body, was mapped for the first time. [read more]

Feeding, fuelling and healing the world

FST Journal

The developing world (the ‘BRICs’ and next 11 economies identified by Jim O’Neill at Goldman Sachs) will in the next 50 years go through what the developed world has gone through in the 300 years since the Agricultural Revolution. [read more]

There IS a Conservative case for Overseas Aid. We should make it.

The UK is set to join a select group of countries this year by becoming the first member of the G8 group of rich nations in meeting or exceeding the 0.7% GDP aid goal set by the UN in the 1970s. [read more]

A more businesslike government would do wonders for Britain

Six years after the collapse of Northern Rock heralded the crash of New Labour’s borrowed boom, Britain’s economy is slowly beginning to recover. Osbornomics (public spending restraint, reform of welfare and education to support work, tax breaks for business) is beginning to work.
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