This is a scary time for British farmers and fishermen. But there could be huge opportunities for the food industry, writes Victor Hill.
As the vaccination programme takes centre stage in 2021, some nations will far better than other, writes Victor Hill.
Will Britain really be better positioned to prosper going forward under the new trade deal? Only time will tell, writes Victor Hill.
Melchior wrote his renown opus, The Annals of the 21st Century, while travelling to Mars in the company of two other sages in 2099. They arrived just after Christmas. Thanks to a wormhole in space-time, Victor Hill has downloaded one of Melchior’s notebooks…
The mass global vaccination programme against Covid-19 began in the UK on Tuesday 08 December. Is this the beginning of the end? Victor Hill inquires.
It’s looking likely that if there ever was going to be a UK-EU trade deal it would have happened by now, writes Victor Hill.
Everything we thought we knew about the automotive sector is about to be transformed, writes Victor Hill.
We were expecting bad news from the Spending Review, but the reality of our economic plight is even more daunting than anticipated, writes Victor Hill.
Electrification of vehicular transport will happen – but at what cost to the economy? Victor Hill inquires.
After Pfizer announced its successful vaccine trial on Monday, stock markets soared. Will life really return to normal in the first half of 2021? asks Victor Hill.