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20/06/2017 12:14 PM
St Paul’s Way Trust School’s Science Summer School 2017 with Professor Brian Cox
Science Summer School 2017, hosted by Professor Brian Cox, is in its 6th year. It aims to inspire the next generation of British engineers and scientists on 25th and 26th July 2017. See the programme

04/05/2017 07:22 AM
TV star Brian Cox in West Cumbria for science festival
A science festival, headed by Professor Brian Cox, hopes to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists when it comes to Cumbria. “I look forward to meeting everyone on September 28.” (Professor Brian Cox).

02/03/2017 04:30 PM
Andrew speaks during debate on the Report from the European Union Committee, Brexit: the options for trade (5th Report)
Advocating that we "think more outside the box" as we prepare to exit the European Union, Andrew said: " Brexit is a real opportunity for new thinking about the opportunities now presenting themselves in a digitised world that exists outside traditional silos. To grasp it, we all need a real change of mindset, both in Europe and in this country". Read more here:

20/02/2017 03:47 PM
Andrew speaks during the European Union (Withdrawal Bill)
Saying "[t]oday, our children are a nation not of shopkeepers but of entrepreneurs," he emphasised that this is a great opportunity to repeal some of the bureaucracy that holds our country back. Read more here:

12/01/2017 11:11 AM
Lord Mawson speaks in debate on the annual State of the North Report
Andrew, focussing on the heart of the matter, in the debate on the Institute for Public Policy Research’s annual State of the North report, and the case for equality of opportunity and sustainable productivity, in the House of Lords, on the 12th January, said, whilst welcoming the report: " [the report] does not pay enough attention to the details of the business and social entrepreneurs actually doing the job on the ground." Drawing on his involvement in the Olympics and its legacy in east London, Andrew declared: " I have discovered that today there is still one story at 60,000 feet in Whitehall—about how we have successfully used this event to regenerate the east London economy—and quite another story to be ​told, on the ground, about what made the fine words and statements deliver in practice." Read more here:

17/11/2016 03:16 PM
Lord Mawson speaks in a debate in the House of Lords on tackling the causes of poverty in the UK
Read speech here:

17/10/2016 06:34 AM
St Paul’s Way Trust School’s Science Summer School 2016 with Professor Brian Cox OBE
“Britain needs more scientists and engineers” says our patron Physicist Professor Brian Cox. View more details, video interviews and pictures from the 26 & 27 July 2016 event here:

14/07/2016 02:17 PM
Debate on the causes of poverty in the United Kingdom
Noting that the "electorate have given us a clear message to engage with them, " Andrew stressed the "generators of poverty in challenging communities across this country is the systems, structures and very processes of government and our continuing inability to encourage joined-up thinking and action in local communities." Describing how working together and overcoming bureaucracy's inherent intransigent nature can unite communities to lift themselves out of poverty and transform areas and lives Andrew said: "it is time to grasp the nettle" and begin the process of "joined-up thinking." Read more here:

15/06/2016 02:45 PM
Saint Paul's Way Trust School Enterprise and Employability initiative
Follow the below link to see how Saint Paul's Way Trust School is working with business to increase students enterprise and employability: View more details and read brochure here:

29/04/2016 09:50 AM
Debate on building a stronger economy
Lord Mawson suggests: "one reason the young are increasingly disenchanted with representative democracy is precisely because they can see that Governments of differing complexions—no matter what US Presidents say—seem incapable of delivering the integrated and joined-up world they want to live in," as he took part in a debate on building a stronger economy, Thursday 28th April. Read more: