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  • EU Businesses Keen to Work with UK

    EU Businesses Keen for Free Trade Deal Post Brexit

    EU business leaders have expressed a strong preference for a free trade deal with Britain instead of a customs union in a strong sign of the continuing relationship with Europe. In a poll published by law firm Baker McKenzie, 800 business leaders from across 6 different countries indicated that they are keen to continue their…

  • City of London needs to look beyond Europe

    City Now Needs to Look at Global Links

    Last night, the Chancellor, Phillip Hammond addressed finance leaders at Mansion House, where he urged them to turn their gaze from the European Union to a Post-Brexit Britain. Hammond correctly identified that the British finance industry, the envy of the world, has much bigger fish to fry than the European Union. The UK is looking…

  • UK Tech Sector

    Smart and Bright Future Looks Certain As London Named One of the World’s Biggest Tech Hubs

    London has always been at the centre of innovation. There has always been a strong focus on innovation-driven business development, both domestically and globally. Despite British aversions to taking risks and an often paralytic fear of talking ourselves up, we have developed a strong economy because we encourage innovation. This strength has been solidified this…

  • Turkey and UK Strong Relations

    Turkey Could Be the Gateway to Other Countries

    Turkey has become an increasingly important strategic ally to the UK within recent years. Both are members of the G20, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the Council of Europe and NATO. It has become a relationship built o, shared strategic interests, prosperity and security. As President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visits the UK…

  • Made In Britain: A Reputation We Must Capitalise On

    “Made in the UK” is a seen as a hallmark for quality. In countries that include the United States, Canada, Australia and China, the UK is know for its high-quality products and services. Brexit presents us with an opportunity to capitalise on this reputation and bring our unique brand to the world because at the…

  • £100m deal signed with Dubai

    Global Britain: UK and Dubai Announce £100m Deal

    International Trade Secretary Liam Fox yesterday announced a £100m trade deal between the UK and Dubai that will see British exports skyrocket. Speaking at the UK Trade and Export Finance Forum yesterday, the Cabinet Minister set out how the UK’s export credit agency is boosting trading relations as he hailed Britain’s reputation for high-quality manufacturing. UK…

  • Britain and Australia

    The Call From the Land Down Under: Australia and the UK

    Australia and the United Kingdom have a long and precious history; it’s been a relationship that has shown resilience and strength, even when Britain turned away from its Commonwealth partner and towards the EU in the 1970s. Now however, Britain is turning back towards its Antipodean friend and Australia appears to be thrilled at the…

  • British companies feeling bullish

    Dealmaking in the UK Set to Eclipse Brexit Concerns

    The UK is poised to smash records with deals between the UK and foreign firms taking over Brexit concerns in a sign that British firms are feeling bullish. In this year alone acquisitions involving British firms have surpassed beyond the $275bn USD mark. Yesterday it was announced that Sainsbury’s is to acquire Walmart’s Asda Unit…

  • Mother and Father with their bundle of joy

    Royal Family Major Contributors to the British Economy

    The birth of a third child to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has come as welcome news across the world. His Royal Highness, the yet unnamed Prince of Cambridge was born at 1101 yesterday morning in the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington. The sleeping and seemingly serene prince was then presented…

  • India and UK Sign Tech Partnership

    UK and India Agree Ambitious New Tech Partnership

    Yesterday the Prime Minister Theresa May and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the UK  a new UK-India Tech Partnership. The new partnership will identify and pair businesses, venture capital, universities and others to provide access routes to markets for British and Indian entrepreneurs and small and medium enterprises.  The UK announced an initial investment of £1m…