Briefings

17 January 2019...

In this morning's briefing Scott Reid examines why it is a fool's errand to predict Britain's political future. Also on the agenda: a new experiment for the Hadron Collider.

17 January 2019...

15 January 2019...

Why have Brits got a new found respect for the ol' can of beans? Find out more in today's briefing, by Katie Stanton

15 January 2019...

14 January 2019...

Scott Reid kicks off the week with stories to warm our cockles, before examining the need for an independent review of UK nuclear policy.

14 January 2019...

11 January 2019...

In this morning's briefing, Tom Gillingham examines why heroes of UK industry may not be as bulletproof as we thought.

11 January 2019...

10 January 2019...

It's Super Thursday, one of the biggest retail reporting days of the year, and Katie Stanton sheds some light on the winners and washouts when it comes to selling Christmas stash.

10 January 2019...

9 January 2018...

Three days away from the longest shutdown in history, Stuart Taylor examines the plight of the US government in this morning's briefing.

9 January 2018...

8 January 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Scott Reid looks at uncertainty in the tech market and what it will take to solve the "housing crisis".

8 January 2018...

7 January 2019...

In the first briefing of the week, Katie Stanton looks at those likely to be worst effected by the January blues: Conservative MPs.

7 January 2019...

4 January 2019...

Adam Shaw turns his attention to Greggs' controversial vegan sausage roll in this morning's briefing, before asking: are Apple's China woes indicative of a downward spiral for the tech giant?

4 January 2019...

3 January 2019...

Katie Stanton kicks off 2019 with a look at China's ambitious space programme, a warning from Apple and new data that shows energy efficient products do more to cut emissions than renewable energy.

3 January 2019...

21 December 2018...

The Winter Solstice is upon us and it's all downhill from here - can the same be said for Britain's high streets? Find out in today's briefing, by Katie Stanton.

21 December 2018...

20 December 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Scott Reid asks: is there method in Donald Trump's madness?

20 December 2018...

19 December 2018...

Stuart Taylor turns his attention to the Royal Statistical Society in this morning's briefing, summing up 2018 in numbers.

19 December 2018...

18 December 2018...

Is Theresa May's struggling Brexit deal really the reason for ASOS's poor sales? Or is the hassle-free returns policy starting to catch up with the retail giant? Find out more in this morning's briefing by Tom Gillingham.

18 December 2018...

17 December 2018...

Stuart Taylor kicks off the week with his take on the future of Brexit, before looking at Jaguar Land Rover's plans to cut around 5,000 jobs in the new year.

17 December 2018...

14 December 2018...

In the final briefing of the week, Iain Gibson looks at the pivotal role Turkey plays as a link between Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

14 December 2018...

13 December 2018...

In the penultimate briefing of the week, Scott Reid argues that while May won the battle, she may still lose the war.

13 December 2018...

12 December 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Scott Reid examines the latest Brexit developments. Also on the agenda: at least five people have been killed in a shooting at a cathedral in São Paulo.

12 December 2018...

11 December 2018...

Brexit confusion is the focus of today's daily briefing by Katie Stanton. She goes on to look at Russia's growing arms industry and costly Crossrail.

11 December 2018...

10 December 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Stuart Taylor comments the tough week ahead, as both Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron fight for support.

10 December 2018...