In-out source it all about

It’s now a little over a week since the collapse of Carillion and the implications of the construction firm’s collapse continues to dominate political discourse across Westminster (Brexit notwithstanding). The government is faced with the...Read more

Bricks and mortar

From Lloyd George’s ‘Homes Fit for Heroes’ campaign after WWI to Margaret Thatcher’s ‘right-to-buy’ revolution in the 1980s, repeated UK governments have attempted to transform the UK housing market through ambitious policy proposals. Theresa May’s...Read more

Cautiously carrying on

With Conservative Party conference over, focus returns to Westminster, and to Brexit. And UK business leaders are becoming increasingly concerned. Stanford and Nottingham universities have teamed up over the past year, with the help of...Read more

Have your trade and eat it

In an attempt to move Brexit talks along, the UK government has released a series of position papers outlining its stance on issues crucial to negotiations. The papers range in topic (and depth) and have...Read more

With big data comes big responsibility

With big data comes big responsibility Every week we’re seeing new warnings about how Brexit will impact different parts of the UK economy. Proposed changes to data protection rules have been highlighted as the latest...Read more

Just one more election, I promise

Just when you thought things in Westminster might be quietening down for the summer, the Prime Minister has surprised politicians and commentators alike by calling a general election for 8 June despite explicitly ruling this...Read more

The Brexit betrayal or a sense of reality?

Earlier this month, the government’s rhetoric on Brexit signalled its ongoing commitment towards delivering a hard exit from the EU. Theresa May warned EU leaders that no deal was better than a bad deal, and...Read more