Stephen Kinnock MP and Hamish Sandison, Chair of Labour Business, outline how to bust the myth that Labour is anti-business. First published in Labour List, Thursday 13th May Last week, London was Boris Johnson’s London. This week, London is a changed
There’s a energy revolution taking place in Plymouth. A new way of generating power and keeping the profits in the city is taking shape.
What do Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff Ice and Guinness all have in common? They are all made by Diageo, which is one of the worlds largest drinks company who recently hosted an LFIG business reception with Rachel Reeves MP, Shadow Chief
“The nation that leads the clean energy economy will be the nation that leads the global economy ” (President Barack Obama State of the Union address, January 27, 2010). We have all heard this or similar, time and time again.
“The first step in winning the future,” declared President Obama, “is encouraging American innovation”. So how is the UK doing in the area of winning the future? Sadly, the answer is, “not very well” as evidenced by the feeble patent
Ed Miliband has stated that he wants Labour to be the party of the small business and the self employed. A sensible approach because over half of UK turnover is generated by small business and there are nearly 5 million
Solar energy just won’t go away and remains an irritant for those who want big headline energy generation projects that will give us a secure supply of electricity, solve the climate change problem and reduce the cost of electricity all
The economic slump is not going away. The Coalition government likes to say that the glue holding it together is its commitment to eliminating the structural public deficit over four years. But its confidence that deficit reduction alone boosts private
In my last article I described the impact of a needless and ideology-driven austerity agenda on the Czech Republic. The economy has experienced a sharp downturn in the past year and exports have been the main source of growth. Without
How do we exploit innovation to boost national economic vitality? One way is to be conversant with the rules that govern innovation on a national and international level. More specifically, we need to understand the implications directly leading from rules