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  • Chanel will move its global HQ to London

    Chanel Selects London for new Global Headquarters

    In a boost for post-Brexit Britain, French luxury brand Chanel has selected London over Paris and New York to be the home for its new global headquarters. It is the first time in the 110-year history of the iconic brand that the majority of its global business functions will be under one roof; combining finance,…

  • London’s high-growth firms resist national trend as output increases 20pc

    London’s high-growth firms resist national trend as output increases 20pc

    London’s high-growth companies have weathered the nationwide trend of low productivity by announcing increases of 20 per cent, according to latest research. According to the latest ECI Growth Survey found, while productivity improved by less than one per cent per UK worker last year, the capital’s highest growing firms considerably surpassed that. Substantial investment in…

  • British Economy Thriving

    Britain proves strength and resilience of economy

    Britain’s future is looking brighter and brighter in the wake of figures released by the Office of National Statistics which reveal that wages paid to British workers grew at the joint-fastest rate since the summer of 2015 in the three months to July. Additionally, the figures showed that average regular pay, which excludes bonuses, rose…

  • Britains Future Westminster

    As Chequers Loses Support, Let’s Not Forget the Other Options

    The Government has been struggling since July to unite the various elements of Brexit behind its vision. The Chequers proposal has been vilified by Brexiteer and Remainer MPs, the British public, think tanks and the European Union. This has only been highlighted by a poll that was released this morning in the Telegraph, which highlighted that voters…

  • Stop worrying and prepare for a no deal Brexit. That's how we'll get the best deal possible

    Optimism about a No Deal will give us the best deal

    It’s difficult to be optimistic about Britain’s future with the current debate. We are constantly fed stories about how dire Brexit will be for our economic and employment levels, for our food imports and for our place in the world. Such negativity however, is only self-serving to those who would rather see Britain plunge into…

  • China and the UK

    China and the UK: A New World of Opportunities

    The UK has made a significant step forward towards a lucrative trade deal with China as new foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt spearheaded a charm offensive in Asia yesterday. The foreign secretary held talks with senior Chinese ministers as Britain prepares for freedom outside the EU. A free trade deal between China and the EU has…

  • The UK must lead on global finance

    Making the World Green with Envy

    Earlier this month, London hosted the second annual Green Finance Summit. Green finance, which involves investing in more sustainable products, is yet one more way the UK has potential to set a global benchmark. The summit, brought together more than 700 delegates from the realms of business, government, and regulation to discuss how green finance…

  • UK In Space Race

    Lift Off: UK Set for a New Space Era

    Yesterday was a strong day for the British aerospace industry as a series of announcements took place at the Farnborough Airshow, which are set to put this £3.8bn back on the global map. Some of the most significant announcements that took place yesterday included: Lockheed Martin to establish vertical launch operations in Sutherland, Scotland and develop…

  • Full Brexit Is Needed

    A Full Brexit Creates Opportunities For Britain

    The Government yesterday released the White Paper which outlines the proposals for the future relationship with the European Union. The Chequers Plan, as it has been called, unfortunately does not allow the UK to fully seize the opportunities the lie ahead. Crucially, the White Paper includes a “common rule” book, which would mean that the…

  • UK Must Focus on Growth

    It’s time for the UK to drive real growth

    The Global Financial Crisis in 2008 saw ripples through the global economy that seem to have mostly recovered. Despite political noise, we have had relatively strong economic stability and growth, which has stayed above 3pc since 2010. Both the US and China have pursued agendas of big, bold growth and have both invested heavily in…