Climate change has the world gripped in a conflict of reality

Governments across the world seem willing to abandon all evidence to push unsubstantiated climate dogma. Reality needs to come knocking to shake the world out of the self-imposed straitjacket climate change has locked us into, Keith Hartrick argues.

Iran is playing nuclear games the US cannot afford to lose

President Trump may have left his successor an unexpected gift in negotiating with Iran, however this rogue state's unpredictability may yet cause further surprises to the new US president, Donald Forbes explains.

Bangladesh holds the key to an African boom

In a rapidly developing continent, Africa is still being hindered by unequal roll-out of Internet and teaching services. Bangladesh, however may be the ideal role-model for the continent in ridding the ghosts of colonialism are still propping up these barriers, Anir Chowdhury argues.

The Government's naïve holiday quarantine plan is destined for a crash landing

The Government is heavily relying on a bound-to-fail hotel quarantine propped up by the public's honesty. This marks yet another disastrous policy dead-end, argues Jack Mountney.

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What's Brexit got to do with the price of drugs?

Brexit poses unique challenges to the UK's pharmaceutical industry and future free trade deals threaten to expose the NHS to market forces. Patrick Bailey explains the rocky road ahead for the sector.

Government action is needed to safeguard Britain's fashion industry

Prior to the pandemic, the UK’s fashion industry was booming. Now, British retailers face new hurdles as Government failure continues to affect the industry’s ‘just in time’ supply chains and international sales. The Government must act now to give the UK’s largest private employment sector the support it deserves, writes John Longworth, Chairman of the Independent Business Network.

Britain's meat industry needs a post-Brexit customs system suited to our integrated, just-in-time supply chains

Urgent action is needed to ensure border friction does not lead to longer-term damage to the UK’s meat industry. Political will and concerted action are required to ease delays and promote a post-Brexit customs system suited to our integrated, just-in-time supply chain, writes John Longworth, Chairman of the Independent Business Network.

Fairness cannot be sacrificed on the altar of Trans rights

President Biden's executive order on gender identity may seem like a noble aim, but biology says otherwise. In some cases being too accommodating can have disastrous consequences, says Noel Yaxley.

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