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March 23, 2018

The announcement earlier this week that the new British Passport would be manufactured by a French company took many by surprise but should it have done?  The supposed symbol of a newly independent Britain, freed from the shackles of European bureaucracy has become ins...

March 20, 2018

The Institute for Fiscal Studies have just released a report that indicates that any financial gains from the UK's departure of the European Union will be very short lived and that actually new tariffs, customs duties and a weaker exchange rate, might ultimately prove...

March 12, 2018

With the recent prolonged switch away from diesel engine technology because of its association with negative externalities, Ford's decision to keep its UK engine plants producing the diesel model is risky.  The Unite union has called for a switch to greener electric en...

March 1, 2018

The government have reportedly made it clear that the introduction of trade barriers between the UK and its former EU trading partners could bring about colossal damage to the car manufacturing industry in Britain, putting hundreds of thousands of jobs at risk.  

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February 26, 2018

Continued uncertainty over the Brexit negotiations is starting to impact on the UK's economy.  Rising unemployment and a downturn in economic growth are possibly just the start of a rocky period as talks continue. Click on image to read full article.

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