It is said that men tire of the good and afflict themselves with the bad. Directionless restlessness is a fundamental characteristic of all body politics and nowhere has this been more evident than in the narrowly defeated referendum on Scottish
Business is right to speak up for Britain in the EU – but it can’t do this job alone. For businesses as for civil society, Europe is not a far off-dream or a political debating point but an everyday reality.
Those who plan for a city to achieve great empire ought with all industry to endeavour to make it full of inhabitants, for without this abundance of men, one can never succeed in making a city great. Niccolò Machiavelli, Discourses
Heathrow is a unique airport. It is the UK’s only hub airport combining local passengers with transfer passengers allowing airlines to fly to more destinations more frequently than could be supported by local demand alone.
It’s rarely heard against the back-drop of a Eurosceptic media. But the whispers are getting loud-er. Playing an active part in the European Union is important. For Wales, it is vital to our future economic prosperity. There is certainly scope
There are many reasons why we have reached this perilous position but arguably the three biggest causes are the disease of short-termism of many UK management, especially in their attitude to exports; insufficient government support, and the lack of the
If we have a Labour government elected in 2015, our incoming Chancellor of the Exchequer is going to be faced with daunting economic problems – made worse by years of ineffective Coalition policies.
The illicit trade in tobacco cost HM Treasury up to £2.9bn (1) in 2012/13, equivalent to £7.9m per day in lost revenue. Smuggling on this scale can be traced back to the early 1990s when the introduction of an above inflation
The saga of scandals emanating from the global banking sector seems to be endless. Accusations of manipulation of foreign exchange and other paper markets are only the latest in a long series of public exposures, undermining trust in our financial
Seven members of LFIG`s Transport Group, including LFIG chair David Offenbach and communications officer James Gill, recently had the pleasure of touring the new Heathrow Terminal 2 (or “The Queen’s Terminal”) which is due to be completed by the end