Briefings

20 November 2018...

All is not well in Silicon Valley, argues Scott Reid in this morning's briefing. Also in the news: Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has been arrested and doubts over the Tory alliance with the DUP.

20 November 2018...

19 November 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Stuart Taylor examines what the proposed extension to the Brexit transition period means for the UK. Also on the agenda: declining house prices, regulation for the tech sector and two-year university degrees.

19 November 2018...

16 November 2018...

Scott Reid rounds of the week with his take on the latest Brexit developments. Also in the news: 600 people are now missing in California's deadliest wildfire and domestic stocks suffer the political fall-out.

16 November 2018...

15 November 2018...

In the penultimate briefing of the week, Katie Stanton asks: will parliament accept a "botched deal or no deal"? Also in the news, staff shortages at the NHS and another loss for Britain's high streets.

15 November 2018...

14 November 2018...

Is 2pm "crunch time" for Theresa May? Who is Donald trump set to fire next? And which airline is quite literally selling itself? Find out more in today's briefing, by Stuart Taylor.

14 November 2018...

13 November 2018...

Katie Stanton looks at Theresa May's Christmas wish list in Tuesday's briefing, before turning her attention to Apple's big losses yesterday, UFO's over Ireland and the rare species that is the female chief executive.

13 November 2018...

12 November 2018...

In the first briefing of the week, Adam Shaw tracks a tumultuous few years for President Trump. Also on the agenda: an impending Brexit deal and an interesting offer for Johnston Press.

12 November 2018...

9 November 2018...

To round off the week, Iain Gibson looks at how countries around the world deal with their ageing populations and why are us Brits so obsessed with the midterms?

9 November 2018...

8 November 2018...

Katie Stanton unpacks Trump's response to yesterday's midterm elections in this morning's briefing. Also on the agenda: how soon will we see 5G mobile data and will Prince Charles be a "meddling King"?

8 November 2018...

7 November 2018...

In this morning's briefing: Stuart Taylor's take on the US midterm elections, disappointing results for Marks and Spencer and do the Conservative Party have anything to learn from Donald Trump?

7 November 2018...

6 November 2018...

This morning Scott Reid examines Saudi SoftBank successes in spite of the murder of journalist Khashoggi earlier this year, before turning his attention to the US midterms and Lloyds Banking Group.

6 November 2018...

5 November 2018...

Stuart Taylor looks ahead to the US midterms in this morning's briefing, reporting that Obama has dusted off his "hope and change" commentary in an effort to inspire young voters. Also in the news: a long-term vision for the NHS and Iran sanctions start today.

5 November 2018...

2 November 2018...

In the last briefing of the week, Katie Stanton examines walkouts at Google, Tracey Crouch's resignation and Bank of England business rates positivity.

2 November 2018...

1 November 2018...

A scary October for investors, Brexit deal expectations and problems with the government's rise in stamp duty. Find out more in today's briefing, by Scott Reid.

1 November 2018...

31 October 2018...

Adam Shaw ponders the end of Merkel's longevity, the death of infamous Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger and a mixed day for the global equity markets in this morning's briefing.

31 October 2018...

30 October 2018...

In this morning's briefing, Scott Reid gives his take on the "giveaway" budget, a WWF report that global wildlife populations have fallen by as much as 60% and HSBC's caution over the US-China trade war.

30 October 2018...

29 October 2018...

To start the week, Stuart Taylor predicts moderation from the Chancellor in today's budget. Also on the agenda: Brazil elects a far-right president, a devastating plane crash in Indonesia and stationers Paperchase reports a loss.

29 October 2018...

26 October 2018...

In the final briefing of the week, Tom Gillingham looks at John McDonnell's budget offering, the exposure of Phillip Green as the alleged culprit of sexual and racial harassment and another British Airways data breach.

26 October 2018...

25 October 2018...

Harry Coloe takes a look at the state of Europe's much celebrated stability in this morning's briefing. Also on the agenda: explosive devices delivered to key Democrats in the US and tumultuous times for Asia's stock markets.

25 October 2018...

24 October 2018...

An international news roundup is on the agenda in this morning's briefing by Katie Stanton. Also in the news: relentless sexual harassment for Britain's women and Dyson's new electric car plant in Singapore.

24 October 2018...