Briefings

16 July 2018...

France win the World Cup meaning that the rest of us can turn our attention back to Brexit, the 'party within a party' group forming in the Tories and Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk making controversial remarks about the Divers who save the Thai football team.

16 July 2018...

13 July 2018...

In today's briefing, by Tom Gillingham, it talks about Trump's visit to the UK, Wiltshire police calling for more help regarding Novichok and NHS waiting lists have hit a ten-year high.

13 July 2018...

12 July 2018...

England's hopes of winning the World Cup come to an end, Trump demands increases in other countries defence spending and Oxford University publicises the names of struggling students all in today's briefing from Iain Gibson.

12 July 2018...

11 July 2018...

In today's briefing, Daisy Penman talks about all 12 boys saved from cave in Thailand, Facebook hit with maximum fine over Cambridge Analytica scandal and the Chairman of M&S has told shareholders that the supermarket is on a 'burning platform'.

11 July 2018...

10 July 2018...

Boris Johnson is the next Cabinet minister to stand down from his position, operation well under way in Thailand removing the boys from the treacherous cave with four boys left to come out and Sir Martin Sorrell sees off competition from WPP in acquiring his first company since his resignation all in today's briefing from Charlie Peters.

10 July 2018...

09 July 2018...

Brexit Secretary David Davis has stepped down from his position 48 hours after Chequers, 4 of the boys trapped in Thailand have been saved and a murder investigation has been launched as woman exposed to Novichok has died all featuring in Today's briefing by Stuart Taylor.

09 July 2018...

06 July 2018...

Theresa May heads to Chequers for her crunch meeting with her Cabinet today, two victims of recent novichok incident handled a contaminated item and a former Navy diver has sadly died attempting to aid the trapped boys in Thailand.

06 July 2018...

05 July 2018...

In today's briefing, by Daisy Penman, she talks about the recent victims who may have been exposed to novichok, Jaguar Land Rover having concerns over a 'hard Brexit' and Sir Martin Sorrell may lose his £20 million bonus if he succeeds in his bidding for Dutch company Media Monks.

05 July 2018...

04 July 2018...

Elation from our English neighbours as they progress to the final eight of the World Cup and Theresa May handpicking who she would like to speak at her Chequers meeting on Friday. What is also discussed, in Today's briefing by Stuart Taylor, is that the Electoral Commission has accused Vote Leave of over spending and failure to comply with some rules.

04 July 2018...

03 July 2018...

In today's briefing, Lyle Hill mentions Angela Merkel striking a deal with the leader of the CSU, Horst Seehofer. Theresa May's proposal of her Brexit customs plan only sparked more divide in her party and the twelve Thai footballers and their coach have been found but the rescue mission may take a while.

03 July 2018...

02 July 2018...

The government is building up to the crunch meeting at Chequers this Friday, former mayor of Mexico City wins Mexican presidential election and Sir Andy Murray withdraws from Wimbledon all in today's briefing by Adam Shaw.

02 July 2018...

28 June 2018...

Germany in the spotlight in today's briefing with both the national team's exit from the World Cup and Angela Merkel wrangling a lifeline with her Government. Oh, and of course there are more concerns over Brexit with Brussels stepping up its contingency plans for a hard exit.

28 June 2018...

27 June 2018...

In today's briefing, by Stuart Taylor, the Business Secretary is the next person to raise opinion on Brexit and the benefits of a 'soft' exit and the Defence Secretary is asking for £4 billion on top of what they already receive for the nations armed forces.

27 June 2018...

26 June 2018...

In today's briefing, Adam Shaw talks about the House of Commons vote in favour of the new runway at Heathrow Airport, the UK's spending on defence and BMW issuing a warning that they may have to close UK plants post Brexit.

26 June 2018...

25 June 2018...

Erdogan claims victory again in the Turkish elections despite claims that he will assume powers too great for him to handle, Heathrow's third runway will be voted on in parliament today and President Trump's visit to the UK are all examined by Stuart Taylor in his briefing.

25 June 2018...

22 June 2018...

Lyle Hill mentions the plans that Airbus have to move their production of their aircraft wings out of the UK, EU tariffs on American goods coming into force today and interest rates set to rise come August in today's briefing.

22 June 2018...

21 June 2018...

Daisy Penman, our intern, looks at Trump's immigration policies, Disney's bid for Fox and a last-minute win for Theresa May in today's briefing.

21 June 2018...

20 June 2018...

Stuart Taylor takes a look at the US's departure from the UN Human Rights Council, problems with Merkel's long-standing leadership in Germany and Cananda's legalisation of recreational cannabis in today's briefing.

20 June 2018...

19 June 2018...

Another high street retailer issues a profit warning and Adam Shaw likens the NHS announcements to an early 2000s American political drama in today's briefing.

19 June 2018...

18 June 2018...

Migration in Germany, a new Colombian president and the return of 'policymaking by bus' are all in today's briefing from Scott Reid.

18 June 2018...