It is February 2021 and Comrade Jeremy, First Citizen of the Socialist Republic of Britain, is visiting US President Bernie at the White House for the first time. Victor Hill reflects on a nightmare.
The automotive sector is in distress. But where there is disruption, there will be successful disruptors who will win out. Victor Hill investigates.
Remainers argue that no one voted for no-deal. But exactly what kind of remain did Remainers vote for? Victor Hill inquires.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is already being deployed in the NHS. But general AI is still some way off. Victor Hill thinks it’s time to get real on AI.
Yields on leading government bonds continue to fall to record lows. There is existential fear abroad which few institutions will admit to, writes Victor Hill.
These are challenging times for the UK automotive sector. Production is falling but there are still reasons to be cheerful, writes Victor Hill.
Most environmentalists emphasise the need to reduce CO2 emissions, but few talk about carbon capture. This is emerging as an important new industry, writes Victor Hill.
Facebook will launch its own digital currency in the first half of 2020. What are the implications for banking and finance globally – and how can investors profit?
Mr Trump’s trade war with China is now upsetting the markets. Whatever happened to free trade? Victor Hill inquires.
Boris Johnson has achieved power at a unique moment when the political star scape is so kaleidoscopic that he could change the UK forever.