Monthly Archives: November 2017

By Luke Raikes

In 2030 the northern powerhouse will be run by the millennial generation. For the first time they and their successors…

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By Daniel Mahoney

If anything, the UK's problem is too few robots, not too many. There are only 71 robots for every 10,000…

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By Various Authors

The European Union faces manifold challenges from migration to Brexit, but the stars are aligning to create the conditions for…

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By Jonathan Dupont

The UK should double the proportion of its international aid budget spent on research and development in order to solve…

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By Shanker Singham; Victoria Hewson; Dr Radomir Tylecote

Ahead of the proposed start of trade talks with the EU in December, the UK must adopt the right approach…

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By Christopher Snowdon

The UK and Sweden have the lowest smoking rates in the European Union as a result of consumers switching from…

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By Marianne Schneider-Petsinger

If a new trade policy framework can be developed, Trump’s presidency could offer a chance to move the debate forward…

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By Jack Sumner; Michael Heasman; Thomas Nguyen

Appetite for Global Success looks at the importance and strength of the Food and Drink manufacturing sector and its role…

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By Dianna Games

As South Africa’s ability to fulfil its complex and often conflicting roles diminishes, it must develop a more strategic and…

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