Last minute save for the British steel industry

Seconds before the whistle blew on the fate of Tata Steel, and with it the British steel industry, there has been a last-minute save in the form of union negotiations. And not a moment too soon. Back in March of this year, Tata Steel announced that it was going to sell off its UK operations in…

Seismic shift in the political landscape

Back in June the political geography of our globe shifted when Britain turned its back on the EU in a shocking referendum that has seen financial ricochets bounce across the globe. Today the political geography has again shifted, but this time on a scale so large that it is hard to comprehend. Donald Trump has…

BREXIT begins…

July 2016 The geographical borders of the EU are about to change, but this time (for the first time) they are shrinking, not growing. What does this mean for the future of other member states? More significantly for us, what will this mean for future trade agreements, the employment structure of the UK, unemployment and…