Commentators have lost interest in deriding the UK’s attempts to line up non-EU trade deals, and begun to focus on the potential chaos for exporting businesses. But while it’s going to be tricky short term, businesses will triumph, even in a no-deal Brexit.
The Government still thinks of Africa as a mere beneficiary of international aid. Brexit is a time to rethink that and take advantage of the many trade and investment opportunities the continent provides the UK, argues Sebastien Kurzel.
It is good to see the Government back social tech, argues Sebastien Kurzel, but they need to make sure that truly understand compelling new technology, and do not just pay lip-service to technology that is already out of date.
The British political class has been so distracted by Brexit over the last two years, that we have failed to take a lead on new technology that will deliver the next generation of economic growth, argues Sebastien Kurzel
In an increasingly uncertain world where the risk of global military conflict seems to rise incrementally every day, it is time for us to consider bringing back compulsory National Service, argues Sebastien Kurzel.
Tourism is big business and the UK is a prime destination, yet it’s an afterthought when it comes to Government policy. It’s time for the Government to appoint a dedicated Minister of Tourism, says Sebastien Kurzel.
Both the East and West of England need the Government to do more to support the spread of business confidence, highlight their achievements and inject much-needed investment into infrastructure and economic incentives, says Sebastien Kurzel.
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