Investments and National Security: Has the party of business had a reality check?

The government approach to scrutinising foreign investors has stepped up a gear, with recently introduced measures to block prospective deals in sensitive sectors likely to be the tip of the iceberg. In addition to new measures targeting defence, computing and quantum technology investments, the government is already looking to introduce new powers which would let it decide whether any investment is relevantRead more

Models for the post-Brexit immigration system

Described by David Davis as “a landmark moment”, the passing of the EU Withdrawal Act in June allowed Theresa May to take a breath and perhaps to issue a sigh of relief.  However, what is clear, is that there are still many legislative hurdles for her to jump and policy details that need to beRead more

Making staying healthy childs play: Prioritising physical activity among children

As the new year starts, Victoria Wilkinson looks at children’s health across the school year. This week, school children across the country are returning from the long summer holiday. The holidays are, for many children, a period of fun and adventure, and they will no doubt be returning to school with lots of stories toRead more