A large chunk of the UK public choose not to vote in political elections. We reveal five reasons why this might be the case
The Grenfell Tower tragedy claimed the lives of 72 people, underscoring the limitations of building regulations and a lax attitude towards fire safety. So what’s changed since?
‘It requires the whole supply chain to work together and focus on delivering solutions for the right reasons’
Their stranglehold on data has brought into question big tech’s role when it comes to national security and what the future holds for the development of nation-state artificial intelligence
The idea that central banks should introduce digital versions of physical cash is gaining traction. Led by innovative governments in cash-averse economies such as Sweden, the concept of central bank digital currencies has drawn both outright condemnation and enthusiastic support for its profound ramifications for payments, monetary policy and financial stability
With cyberattacks rising in both volume and complexity, and critical network infrastructure now a vulnerable target, filling the gaps in government cyberdefence has never been more important
‘There is no doubt that sugar is the villain posing the biggest threat to the health of children across the country’
Not for the first time, the UK construction industry faces a perfect storm.