Tag: Brexit

Interntional Students' Economic Impact by Region

Chart of the Week: Week 2, 2018: International Students’ Economic Impact by Region

The chart shows the economic impact of the 2015/16 cohort of international students, who on average, contribute £1.7bn to each region displayed. Of the international students in this cohort, an average of 25% originate...

/ January 12, 2018
Damon de Laszlo

September 2017

It’s difficult not to worry about Europe and Brexit where, on the one side twenty-seven governments, particularly when they are led by recalcitrant Brussels bureaucracy, are unlikely to be able to unanimously...

/ September 21, 2017
Damon de Laszlo

August 2017

I have outlined many confusing issues, the world economy in general is chugging along nicely in spite of everything. People and businesses are getting on with running their affairs and the steady, albeit slow, growth...

/ August 1, 2017
Damon de Laszlo

May 2017

In the UK, the Prime Minister sprung a completely unexpected election. On analysis, it was called for understandable reasons, however, it was a brave move. The Prime Minister’s negotiating position...

/ May 23, 2017