With Boris Johnson having been announced as PM, minds now turn to what happens next and the period leading up to 31st October – Deal or No Deal? WA has put together a Countdown to Brexit and Beyond – the key dates and milestones you need to help you understand where we go from here.
Boris Johnson announced his arrival at Number 10 last week with one of the most comprehensive -and arguably ruthless – Cabinet reshuffles in modern history. With so many new arrivals in Cabinet, the biggest questions for investors will be the style of governance of the new PM, his policy priorities (other than Brexit, of course),Read more
We are on the eve of a Boris Johnson government. In the context of the many challenges it faces, WA is scenario planning around whether it succeeds or fails. Yesterday we published our thoughts on what a Johnson government might look like, if it succeeds. Here are our thoughts on what a Johnson government mayRead more
We are on the eve of a Boris Johnson government. In the context of the many challenges it faces, WA is scenario planning around whether it succeeds or fails. Here are our thoughts on what a Johnson government may look like, if it succeeds. In the next couple of days, we’ll provide an alternative analysisRead more
Thursday 11 July was a warm, balmy evening – perfect for our Annual Summer Party! The evening was a great opportunity for us to celebrate and look back over the first half of what has already been another successful year for WA – and of course to look forward to more success for the restRead more
It’s a year since I joined WA’s Health Team – and I’m a firm believer of using anniversaries to look back and take stock. I joined as an account executive into what was a fairly new, but clearly ambitious health team. It was a daunting but exciting move. Every company sells itself as a greatRead more
On the face of it, the call from Tom Watson, deputy leader of the Labour Party, for more stringent regulation of the gambling industry is a typical Labour solution to a problem: more government intervention, more taxes and more money for the NHS. In a speech given at a Demos, the centre-left think-tank on 18Read more