Briefings

26 September 2018...

Unilever is on the agenda in Scott Reid's briefing this morning, as he looks at their plans to ditch London in favour of Rotterdam. Also in the news: Jeremy Corbyn's "green jobs revolution", Santander's new Chief Executive and how to overcome populist politics.

26 September 2018...

25 September 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Katie Stanton looks at developments from the Labour Party Conference, a new oil and gas prospect in the North Sea and misdiagnosed penicillin allergies.

25 September 2018...

24 September 2018...

In the first briefing of the week, Stuart Taylor explores the prospect of future turbulence in the advanced economies, Labour's plans to force companies to hand over a 10% stake in the business to their workers and the outcome of the Sky auction.

24 September 2018...

21 September 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Scott Reid looks at the the decision to hold an auction for Sky Plc's acquisition this weekend; near ubiquitous distaste for Theresa May's chequers plan and the ferry tragedy in Tanzania.

21 September 2018...

20 September 2018...

In the penultimate briefing of the week, Adam Shaw explores Theresa May's current efforts to increase momentum in our laborious exit from the EU, before looking at the effects of Storm Ali and plans to transform Britain's railways.

20 September 2018...

19 September 2018...

This morning Stuart Taylor looks a meeting of minds: Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un discuss a road between North and South Korea and a joint olympic bid. Also in the briefing: regulating cryptocurrencies and Barnier's offer on the Irish border.

19 September 2018...

18 September 2018...

Today Katie Stanton discusses the plight of the Big Four financial auditors in the Daily Briefing, as well as Trump's new China tariffs and the economic impacts of adverse weather.

18 September 2018...

17 September 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Stuart Taylor looks at the latest Brexit news, the effects of Typhoon Mangkhut as it makes its way across China and the possible sale of tens of thousands of Vodafone mobile masts.

17 September 2018...

14 September 2018...

Turkey is focus of today's daily briefing, as Katie Stanton looks at the long overdue decision by the central bank to raise interest rates. Also on the agenda is Mark Carney's no-deal Brexit warning and the Salisbury Novichok suspects.

14 September 2018...

13 September 2018...

Scott Reid looks at the future of banking in today's Daily Briefing, as well as government plans for a no-deal Brexit and disappointing half-year profits for The John Lewis Partnership.

13 September 2018...

12 September 2018...

This morning, Tom Gillingham examines Apple's new product release, the growing tide of dissent for Theresa May within the Conservative party and the lasting effects of the 2008 financial crisis.

12 September 2018...

11 September 2018...

In today's briefing, Stuart Taylor discusses the surprisingly healthy state of the UK economy, the growing political void that could lead to the emergence of a new centrist party and the threat posed by Hurricane Florence on the East Coast of the US.

11 September 2018...

10 September 2018...

Scott Reid discusses the demise of Britain's high streets in today's briefing, as well as the state of the British economy and the launch of Apple's new suite of products.

10 September 2018...

7 September 2018...

In the last briefing of the week, Iain Gibson looks at the triennial Forum on China-Africa Co-operation, the British Airways data breach and the impending parliamentary elections in Sweden.

7 September 2018...

6 Sept 2018...

In today's briefing, by Michael Robertson, he talks about the pressure being put on both Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, Rachel Bland of radio 5 has lost her battle with cancer and RBS closing more branches across the country.

6 Sept 2018...

5 Sept 2018...

Stuart Taylor mentions in today's briefing about Colin Kaepernick who was one of the first American football players to take a knee during the national anthem, former governor of the Bank of England criticising the Brexit preparations while the current Governor confirms he wishes to extend his tenure at the head of the bank.

5 Sept 2018...

4 Sept 2018...

In today's briefing, by Scott Reid, parliament returns after recess along with the schools across the country, misogyny could become a hate crime if the MPs vote in favour and British universities have called for a two-year work visa for graduates once they finish their studies.

4 Sept 2018...

3 Sept 2018...

In this morning's briefing from Juan Palenzuela there is more developments from the NAFTA issue with Canada not signing up to the deal, Former Brazilian president being refused to run for office and Mark Carney hinting at staying on as governor of Bank of England.

3 Sept 2018...

31 Aug 2018...

Tom Gillingham writes today in the briefing about the return to parliament for MPs next week, the speculation over the death of the British couple while on holiday in Egypt and Theresa May's dance moves on her trip to Africa.

31 Aug 2018...

30 Aug 2018...

Stuart Taylor writes, in today's briefing, about Aston Martin's plans to float on the London Stock Exchange, energy drinks close to being banned to under 18's in England and Alex Salmond has quit the SNP amid sexual misconduct claims.

30 Aug 2018...