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  • 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…

  • Former Australian PM: Leaders Need to Make the Most of Brexit

    As the House of Commons votes today on 15 separate amendments on the EU Withdrawal Bill, eyes are drawn to a Westminster struggling to take full advantage of the opportunities that Brexit present the United Kingdom. With less than a year to go until the UK leaves the EU, it’s unclear what the British Government…

  • Let's support Brand Britain

    Let’s Get Behind Brand Britain

    It was announced last week that the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee is launching an inquiry into the government’s promotion and marketing of British food and drink. The inquiry is intending to examine the Food is GREAT campaign, where the UK government is working with industry partners to help build global recognition of…

  • UK and Argentina

    Healing Old Wounds Must Be At Heart of Brexit Britain

    The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has made an historic visit to Argentina, where he laid a wreath in Buenos Aires to commemorate those who died in the 1982 Falklands conflict. Mr Johnson is the first Foreign Secretary to visit South American country since 1993 in a promising sign that the Government is working avidly to healing…

  • 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…

  • Theresa May Given Ultimatum

    A Customs Partnership and the Future of Britain

    Prime Minister Theresa May is currently facing an internal crisis, which she must address today. Senior Brexiteers within the Conservative Party have apparently handed the Prime Minister an ultimatum demanding that she remove the option of a customs partnership with the European Union post Brexit or risk the collapse of her own Government. The Government…

  • 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…