'Isolation is costly'. Dennis Novy, Associate Professor, Department of Economics discusses why Britain needs Europe a lot more than Europe needs Britain.
Professor Nigel Driffield from the Warwick Business School shares some thoughts on the chancellor inviting China to bid for HS2 contracts
The first issue to address is whether this is seeking to attract trade or foreign investment. The wording of the text is that they want Chinese companies to tender for certain parts of the infrastructure, which essentially suggests trade – ie importing sub-assemblies, components, even trains from China (or the lines themselves).
Elizabeth II follows some illustrious predecessors in reigning for over 40 years including Victoria, George III and Elizabeth I. But why should this matter?
Dr Sarah Richardson, senior lecturer in History at the University of Warwick comments on Elizabeth II's 63 year long reign as Britain's longest serving monarch, "Long-reigning monarchs have proved highly important for the development of the British state and nation in its history."
Barclays Chief Executive sacking shows banks are failing to meet investors' profit expectations - Associate Professor Dr Lena Rethel
"The sacking of Barclay's boss Antony Jenkins is a sign that banks still struggle to develop innovative business models that meet investors' profit expectations whilst avoiding the excessive risk-taking that prevailed in the run up to the global financial crisis." says Dr Lena Rethel.
The Labour Party plans to guarantee young people independent and face-to-face advice, delivered by careers professionals trained to give information and guidance on academic and vocational qualifications.