If the United Kingdom really wants to engage in world commerce then it needs its own seat at World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations and not have to rely on the European Union.
As long as Jeremy Corbyn remains as its leader, the Labour Party is effectively a party of unilateral nuclear disarmament. But it goes far wider than that.
By Stefan Gleason
It's campaign season, and that means non-stop media coverage of candidate polls, quips, gaffes, tweets, emails, controversies, lies, and scandals. It all makes for a good soap opera.
Responding to Jeremy Corbyn’s speech to the Labour Party Conference, Simon Walker, Director General of the Institute of Directors said:
“There was not much space for business in this speech
Peter Mandelson is oft quoted as once saying “We are now entering the post democratic age” and it seems that, whatever he actually meant by that phrase, he was right when considering the relationship between the citizen and the European Union.
By Phil Ball, non-executive director of Great Annual Savings Group
At the back end of November, world leaders will converge on Paris for the latest UN summit to discuss global climate change.
Plummeting consumer confidence in diesel cars will benefit hybrid and electric vehicle sales, according to an expert in energy technology at the University of East Anglia
The use of drones to target and kill UK nationals abroad has been challenged by Green Party parliamentarians Caroline Lucas MP and Baroness Jones.
By David Absolon, Investment Director at Heartwood Investment Management
Diverging from recent trends, the US investment grade corporate market has underperformed US treasuries year-to-date.
Schroders' Chief Economist and Strategist, Keith Wade, looks at the factors weighing on the Federal Reserve's decision to hold rates:
No change in interest rates and a flatter profile for future rate rises signals a step in a more dovish direction by the Federal Reserve.
The US Federal Reserve has once again kept interest rates unchanged at the level they have been at since December 2008 (0% to 0.25%).