Tag Archives: Brexit

An array of acceptance

When Twitter originally came to fruition in 2006, it seemed to signal the beginning of a surge in social media, and    ... more

Accentuating adaptability

Donald Trump’s successful leadership campaign seemed to signal a wave of nationalism across the globe, and with a multitude of Presidential    ... more

Giving the Green light

In the aftermath of the General Election, it seemed the majority of the focus may have been on the Labour party,    ... more

Educational enhancements

With the number of students pursuing higher education ultimately superior in previous years, it seemed a key factor impacting this may have    ... more

Consolidating credentials

Recently, Angela Merkel was re-elected as the German leader, extending her tenure for a fourth term after originally attaining the position in    ... more

Steadfast skill sets

Upon the release of statistics suggesting migration into Britain has dropped since Brexit, it seemed a wide array of people vocalised their    ... more

Instrumental insights

After the events at Manchester and Westminster, it seemed the majority of the focus, whilst naturally on those involved, also praised the    ... more

Occupational opportunities

With the negotiations for Brexit now underway, it seems this point may signal a pivotal period in shaping the outcome for    ... more

Prioritising prosperity

Upon the Conservatives’ victory in the recent general election, it seemed Prime Minister Theresa May had been successful in securing a mandate    ... more

A business manifesto

With the UK at a crossroads, facing Brexit negotiations and the adoption of new technologies with potential to define prosperity for    ... more

An electoral evaluation

Recently, Theresa May announced her plans to initiate a General Election, enabling the British public to either elect her as Prime Minister    ... more

Progress for the population

Recently, the Article 50 bill was cleared, in essence allowing PM Theresa May to instigate proceedings to withdraw Britain from the    ... more

A proactive approach

American International Group, Inc. (AIG) has recently announced plans to locate an insurance company in Luxembourg, after initially considering Dublin, to ensure the    ... more

A “whole economy” approach

Following its largest consultation of members since the EU referendum, the Confederation of British Industry (CSI) released a statement emphasising the importance    ... more

Motivated by modification

After the Conservative’s victory in the general election in 2015, then leader of opposition, Ed Miliband, opted to allow another politician to    ... more

Property prospects

For a continuous length of time, London’s housing market seems to have demonstrated a relatively steady growth. Data provided by Greater    ... more

Becoming ‘More United’

Over Christmas, the movement More United may have run a successful crowdfunding campaign in an effort to raise funds for their    ... more

United progress

The political and social movements experienced by the UK in 2016 seemed to have motivated barrister Flora Page of South Islington    ... more

The flip side

Since the Brexit vote on June 23rd this year, the sterling pound has shown a constant fluctuation, reaching a value of    ... more

Parliamentary sovereignty

On November 3rd, 2016, the High Court in London ruled in the matter of R (Miller) vs Secretary of State for    ... more

Walking in new shoes

Speaking at the Conservative Party Conference last week, Theresa May, Britain’s Prime Minister, announced plans to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon    ... more